Martin Garrix might be a robot. After dropping FIVE new singles this week in the form of an episodic EP release, many might guess that Garrix would be taking it easy for a few weeks. At the very least, enjoy the Amsterdam Dance Event over the week and start fresh on Monday. But you don’t
During Martin Garrix’s trip on his private jet, the DJ and producer teased some of his latest AREA21 music for others to hear. Thanks to a tip off from MartinGarrixHub, fans can now listen to one of Martin Garrix’s new AREA21 single which is expected to be called “Places.” See Also: Most Viewed YouTube Videos
Following the initial tease of David Guetta, Brooks, and Martin Garrix’s collaboration, Martin Garrix has announced his next track. While it’s not this collaboration or even a Martin Garrix track at all, Martin Garrix will be releasing his next single on Friday as his alter-alias, AREA21. According to the Twitter account @worldofgarrix, Martin Garrix will
Martin Garrix is making December 1st a big day for his brand. Not only did he drop his storied collaboration with David Guetta ‘So Far Away’ today but he is following it up with the official release of his latest track with Maejor as AREA21 ‘Glad You Came’. Fans not familiar with the side project
The universe has a funny way of slapping us with irony in some situations. Just yesterday we ran an in depth article about which Martin Garrix tracks we could expect to be released and which have been confirmed dead. In that article it was noted that the release with David Guetta and Ellie Goulding named,
Martin Garrix is obviously a production machine. When Martin isn’t traveling to another country to close down a main stage, he is hard at work in his studio. This past week though we got news that another major release is coming from Martin very soon. This time though it is from a side project. When
Ytramm — “Marty” spelled backwards — emerges as Garrix’s third alias. Garrix’s other side project, AREA21, garnered attention in 2016 when Garrix and fellow AREA21 constituent, American rapper Maejor, wrote and recorded “Spaceships.” Garrix later worked the track into his headlining Ultra Music Festival set at Bayfront Park, Miami.
Whereas AREA21 denotes more of a hip hop focus for Garrix, Ytram is distinctly house oriented, leading Garrix to deliver a stunning Tomorrowland set rife with house music staples. A snippet of the set appears above, complete with a shot of Ytram’s visual identifier, a white mask — seeing as nothing says “alias” quite like a head accessory.
2017 has had Martin Garrix busier than ever, with the launch and management of his own record label STMPD RCRDS, as well as producing music under the alias Area 21. The Dutch wunderkind also maintains a never-ending touring itinerary that lands at some of the world’s largest dance festivals, in addition to releasing a steady stream of chart-topping hits, the most recent of which being “There for You” featuring Troye Sivan.
For his latest offering, Garrix drops off “We Did It” under the Area 21 moniker, an elusive ID that was previously crowd-tested at Ultra and Coachella earlier this year. Area 21 consists of Garrix alongside singer and producer Maejor. The duo’s latest release blends dance, pop, and hip-hop elements into a future-bass R&B hybrid product polished by Maejor’s vocals throughout. Switching gears on his new tune, Martin Garrix strikes a refreshing cross-genre appeal on “We Did It.”