Even Martin Garrix gets sick apparently, which is what the producer tells his fans and tries to convince himself he will get over as he walks up to his Tomorrowland main stage set. The newest episode of The Martin Garrix Show shows the producer with a sore throat as he is fading quickly before his set approaches. Mentor David Guetta tops his sick day off by playing Garrix’s unreleased track “Yottabyte” before the producer goes on, which is what Garrix was planning on opening with.
Garrix fans know that he premiered the track “High on Life” featuring Bonn at the festival, and viewers get a behind the scenes view of how he flew the artist in last minute to showcase the track on the main stage. Dua Lipa also talks to viewers about her first Tomorrowland performance, rounding out the episode with high profile performances and, as always, a look into Garrix’s hectic world.
It is official everyone, Martin Garrix has once again been crowned the world’s number 1 DJ by the readers of DJ Mag. While this year’s Top 100 left A LOT to be desired in several ways, the top 6 spots were once again held by the same artists with a slight reshuffling. While the poll
Martin Garrix caps off ADE week with the fifth and final release from his new EP, now revealed to be named BYLAW.
The five-track compilation is the long-awaited release of the music we have heard Garrix feature in his sets this festival season. The final track of the week is titled “Waiting for Tomorrow,” and it’s unlikely that Garrix enthusiasts haven’t been listening to a bootleg version of the song since Garrix started performing it in 2015. The collaboration with Pierce Fulton was feared to never be released, but three years later, it’s finally here.
The track features vocals by Linkin Park‘s Mike Shinoda, adding a new dynamic and contrasting from the pop-leaning vocals of many of the producer’s recent releases. The collaboration is also not without a good story, as Pierce Fulton posted on his Instagram the story about how the track came to be.
The EP is fully out now on Garrix’s own STMPD Records.
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
Today marks the release of the final single on Martin Garrix’s new EP, BYLAW. The unique name of the EP comes from the first letter of all of the songs featured on it. B – Breach, Y – Yottabyte, L – Latency, A – Acess, W – Waiting For Tomorrow. The last track to be
Something seems to be brewing in the Martin Garrix world. The EDM wunderkind has been on an ambitious release streak, putting out three new singles in the span of a week while also teasing something mysterious on his website. No word as to what exactly he has planned — be it an upcoming EP, or an album — however, Garrix is continuing his ongoing roll with a fourth single.
“Access” is a particularly special one to fans, having been played out initially as a sought-after ID under the name of “Chinatown.” Name change aside, the track’s makeup remains the same as what had initially caught attention in the first place, catalyzing a euphoric rush in its listeners with its light, easygoing synthwork and nostalgic riffs that feel like a warm breeze on a sunny day. Whatever Garrix has planned, it seems like quite the venture, and followers are anxiously awaiting to see the final product.
Martin Garrix has released the third single and music video in his five-day release spree. On October 17, he dropped the highly anticipated track, “Latency” featuring Dyro, which premiered at Tomorrowland 2018.
With massive drum right off the bat, big synths are filtered in through anticipation risers and then fully introduced alongside everyone’s favorite instrument: the cowbell. The energy builds with notes of early electro house from acts like Dada Life and Deorro, and the drop doesn’t shy away from that theme. That big synth is back sounding louder than ever with a thumping kick pounding through the gritty, melodic notes. A second verse introduces a new, wind instrument-sounding synth that’s later accompanied by a vocal melody that congeals into the heavier original melody.
So far, all three music videos were directed by Damian Karsznia, and there’s no reason to think the next two aren’t similar. Glitchy, cool, quick-paced clips battle back and forth, showcasing different people. In the video for “Latency,” parkour clips complement the dangerous, big lead-synth on the track.
The Amsterdam Dance Event is underway. Outside of Miami Music Week, the showcase is the most important conference in all of electronic dance music. Artists fresh off the festival circuit gather in the Dutch city to release their new productions which have been crafted during their travels. Tonight, the Nicky Romero’s Protocol Records held their
While Martin Garrix has made headlines for an ambitious week full of releases, today’s release might eclipse all of the others combined. For quite some time now fans have been begging Garrix to release the ID that had become known as ‘Chinatown’. For quite a while it appeared that they tune might go the way
Another day, another new single from the world’s number 1 DJ – Martin Garrix. The results of the DJ Mag Top 100 for 2018 drop later this week and Martin is making a strong case as to why he deserves to hold his title for another full year. This week, Martin is releasing a new