Tiësto and 7 Skies unite for playful new single, ‘My Frequency’

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Tiësto has released his first single of 2020 alongside 7 Skies and vocalist RebMoe. The single is titled “My Frequency,” and the catchy single is bound to make its rounds on the festival circuit.

On Tiësto’s CLUBLIFE weekly radio show, the superstar noted he was particularly excited about the release because he had sent it to fellow artists like Skrillex, The Chainsmokers, and Martin Garrix (among others), who gave him incredibly positive feedback about the track. After listening to “My Frequency,” the warm reception becomes understandable because the track will be the perfect fixture for DJ sets going into the 2020 festival season.

The single opens with poppy yet sultry vocals that keep the energy light and the mood playful. Booming bass bursts then cut into the track, yielding an intense house drop that overtakes the listener. Light notes dance in the backdrop, keeping the juxtaposition of the hard-hitting house notes and the light mood alive.

“My Frequency” is out now via Tiësto’s own Musical Freedom.

Tomorrowland Releases Incredible Full 2020 Lineup

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Tomorrowland has seriously done it again. The world popular music festival has officially released its 2020 lineup and we couldn’t be any happier with it. This year’s lineup features talented artists such as Illenium, Nervo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Garrix, Infected Mushroom, Oliver Heldens, Armin Van Buuren, and many more. You can check

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Tomorrowland releases full lineup ahead of 2020 edition

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Tomorrowland releases full lineup ahead of 2020 editionTomorrowland Mainstage 2018

Tomorrowland has been making headlines over the past few weeks, and now the festival has dropped perhaps the most newsworthy information yet. The Boom, Belgium-based event has released the full 2020 lineup one day after teasing that Eric Prydz‘s HOLOSPHERE live show was set to return to this year’s iteration of the festival.

Last year, Tomorrowland celebrated its 15th anniversary, and this year’s lineup is as momentous as the last. In addition to releasing the artists who will be playing, Tomorrowland has given a detailed breakdown of which artists will be featured on which stage by event day. This can be viewed here.

Highlights of the weekend include NGHTMRE going back-to-back with Jauz, Illenium, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Camelphat, and more. A few acts, including Armin van Buuren, will be playing multiple times throughout each weekend, just on different stages for each performance.

Unfortunately for Swedish House Mafia fans, the trio will not be there. However, Axwell will be playing a solo set.

Worldwide pre-registration for all Tomorrowland tickets and Dreamville packages is open now.

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Martin Garrix seems in fighting shape again as he heads back to Sziget Festival

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Martin Garrix seems in fighting shape again as he heads back to Sziget FestivalMartin Garri Ultra

Martin Garrix recently returned to Budapest’s Sziget Festival after a few years away. In the latest edition of his biographical web series, he and his team prepare for the performance with excited anticipation. Fellow Dutchman and producer pal Julian Jordan makes a brief cameo, where he highlights a track he and Garrix have been working on.

Garrix does his (now) routine ankle icing before the show, as he works meticulously with his team before the performance, making sure all cylinders are firing. After a stellar performance, Garrix reflects on how lucky he is to be able to travel the world with friends and do what he loves. He also endures a landmark moment at Sziget, where he jumps from the DJ booth for the first time post his ankle surgery.

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Josh Charm Releases New Track “Trust” Out on STMPD records

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Josh Charm also known as Joshua Raphaël Dominique van der Burgh is back with his third single out on Martin Garrix’s label STMPD Records titled, “Trust.” “Trust” is a very vibey dance tune which was created in the north of Sweden with a temperature of -10 degrees. The cold environment inspired the DJ to produce a

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South Florida’s DAER Dayclub locks Martin Garrix for Super Bowl Weekend

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South Florida’s DAER Dayclub locks Martin Garrix for Super Bowl WeekendMartin Garri Dryo

Martin Garrix will soundtrack the 2020 Super Bowl weekend at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s South Florida indoor-outdoor entertainment hotspot, DAER Dayclub. The dance titan will appear at the luxe 21,130 square foot poolside day club on February 1.

Produced in partnership with Hakkasan Group, the Garrix-headlined Wet Republic Takeover will see a handful of additional artists perform at the afternoon affair. DAER Dayclub will announce the event’s full lineup in the weeks to come.

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DAER Dayclub is an expansive poolside destination, outfitted with 13 cabanas, two private dipping pools, hot tubs, and bungalow VIP sections. The spacious, 2500 capacity venue, housed in the Guitar Hotel at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, is modeled after Las Vegas’ dual day/nightclubs, bringing the Sin City experience to South Florida. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased, here.

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Martin Garrix and STMPD RCRDS will reclaim the UMF Radio Stage in 2020

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Martin Garrix and STMPD RCRDS will reclaim the UMF Radio Stage in 2020Martin Garri Ultra

In September 2019, Ultra Music Festival released a promo trailer, revealing the festival’s upcoming “We Return Home” theme for a highly anticipated 2020 edition of the event. The motif stems from a hard-fought battle with the city of Miami to return to the event’s beloved home venue of Bayfront Park, following a disastrous showing in 2019 at Virginia Key Beach Park. The trailer came before the 2020 lineup was revealed, soundtracked by Martin Garrix‘s “Home” as the backdrop.

Now, fans not only know about Garrix’s headline DJ set, but its been announced that his imprint STMPD RCRDS is back for a second year taking over the UMF Radio Stage.

STMPD made their 2019 debut with an impressive lineup, featuring Julian Jordan, Lost Frequencies, Dubvision, and more. The festival previously announced a Gud Vibrations takeover and a techno-filled Resistance Miami lineup, proving for an exciting 2020 installment underway. Head to Ultra’s website for tickets.

NMF Roundup: Gesaffelstein remixes ROSALÍA, ATTLAS continues to preview upcoming LP + more

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NMF Roundup: Gesaffelstein remixes ROSALÍA, ATTLAS continues to preview upcoming LP + moreGesaffelstein Jorge Meza Photos

It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With the overwhelming amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25.

As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.

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NMF Roundup: Alan Walker introduces part two of ‘Alone,’ Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko link again + more

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NMF Roundup: Alan Walker introduces part two of ‘Alone,’ Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko link again + moreAlan Walker Credit Rikkard Haggbom

It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With the overwhelming amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25.

As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.

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Martin Garrix reconvenes with Matisse & Sadko for sixth time on ‘Hold On’ with Michel Zitron

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Throughout the course of the 2010s, the triad of Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko have mingled their progressive house dictions a mind-boggling five times. Graced by the likes of “Dragon” to “Forever” to their most recent union, “Mistaken,” it deemed only apropos that the Dutch and Russian producers would reconcile one crowning time before the decade crossed its finish line.

In the midst of Martin Garrix’s THE ETHER ANIMA display from October’s ADE, a suspected sixth collaboration between the three was formally debuted and dubbed “Hold On.” Garrix made it a point to note that the song’s creation process was effortless, saying “we wrote the lyrics, recorded the vocals and premiered the song a few hours later at my RAI show.”

Now, after a slew of teasers this past week, Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko are officially unwrapping the last-minute holiday endowment with both vocal assistance from Michel Zitron and writing backing from John Martin, who previously worked with the trio in 2016.

There are far and few adjectives that can justly be attributed to the angelic, infectious melody that Garrix and Matisse & Sadko have proceeded to contrive yet again. While assuredly reminiscent of their former mergers, the trio’s assembles a stirring concoction of Zitron’s always riveting vocals in tandem with a stupefying progressive taste behind it. With “Hold On” now serving as the sixth official outing in the group’s near five-year partnership, there remains minimal doubt that further Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko crusades will emerge in the new decade.

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