Busy day for Martijn Garritsen.
The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. 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.
… and as his Area 21 alias with “Glad You Came.”
RnB prohpet Miguel finally released his full length War & Leisure after months of teasing sexy singles.
Bret James laid down some low key vibes his RnB inspired jam “Thank You.”
Vice released his dance-floor ready smash “Piñata” with Vice, Kap G, and Justin Quiles.
Wiwek gets vicious on his latest installment of the Jungle Terror EP series, Vol. 3.
It’s Friday and that means that is officially New Music Friday! As we make our way into the weekend here, it’s our time to share all of this week’s new music releases with the official EDM Sauce ‘New EDM This Week’ playlist. As part of our weekly New EDM This Week playlist, we’ve scoured the
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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
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This song has quite the history behind it. What was supposed to be a mega collaboration between three of the most exciting artists in the music industry, ended up almost not even seeing the light of day. Martin Garrix and David Guetta initially teamed up with Ellie Goulding, although she eventually had to be dropped
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When Martin Garrix premiered his unreleased track, “So Far Away,” with David Guetta, at Tomorrowland 2017, it became the most-talked-about event of the festival. However, the event apparently did not sit well with Ellie Goulding‘s management.
The track, featuring dual vocals of Goulding and Conor Maynard, was an instant main stage hit, with fans clamoring for an official release. Yet, rumors began circulating that Goulding would no longer be the vocalist on the track for reasons unclear. The reason has recently been uncovered via Garrix and Goulding’s Twitter exchanges. Due to Garrix’s premature and seemingly innocent on-stage premier, Goulding’s record label made the executive move to pull her vocals from the track — despite Goulding’s insistence that she was enamored with the track herself.
Garrix has since confirmed that the track will be coming out this Friday, December 1, regardless featuring vocals from Romy & Jamie Scott.
After confirming the release of two of his most anticipated tracks, Martin Garrix shed some light on the collaboration with Ellie Goulding. Now that Martin Garrix and David Guetta’s collaboration “So Far Away” is rumored to being released on December 1st, Martin Garrix told fans that the song he premiered at Tomorrowland earlier this year
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