Miami Music Week and Ultra Music Festival are two of the most popular events of the year to debut new music. Artists use the festival which is held so early in the season to test out what they have been working on in the off months and gauge crowd reaction. Almost nobody had more new
Tiësto is set to release a new EP on March 31. Ahead of time, he gave fans a preview of what to expect with “Dawnbreaker” — a collaboration between the electronic music legend and Matisse & Sadko, and it is out now on his label Musical Freedom.
This track is among the five new songs that Tiësto debuted during his set at Ultra Music Festival, and it is a divergence from the commercial and big room house the producer has been putting out as of late. The track is almost reminiscent of his trance roots, with high-pitched chords and an upbeat vibe. Tiësto fans of all varieties will certainly welcome this new EP if “Dawnbreaker” is indicative of the EP’s style as a whole.
Axwell / Ingrosso received some sharp criticism when they released their last single ‘Dreamer’. Fans were initially pretty disappointed that the group decided to alter the track, which was originally heard as an ID almost a year ago, from a progressive anthem to a future bass oriented tune. Axwell and Seb both stood by their
For months, Martin Garrix fans have been waiting to get their hands on a fixture in his summer sets: “Forever,” a collaboration with Matisse & Sadko. “Forever” marks the fourth time Garrix has teamed up with Matisse & Sadko, following hits like “Dragon,” “Break Through The Silence,” and “Together.” Like its predecessors, “Forever” is a well-rounded festival anthem, complete with and a dramatic organ introduction and a nostalgia-inducing melody.
The melodic house collaboration comes just days after the release of Garrix’s track with Brooks, “Boomerang,” which he put out under his old alias Grx.
If you are a fan of Martin Garrix in any capacity then you are most likely already familiar with this track. It has been heard in Martin and his friend’s sets for quite some time now. The larger than life, atmospheric melody that champions throughout this tune is almost synonymous with main stages of dance
Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko‘s highly anticipated collab ‘Forever’ is finally getting it’s release, and it’s a lot sooner than we expected. The track that has been a staple “ID” in Garrix’s sets all summer, is officially coming out Friday. ‘Forever’ is a track Garrix fans have been dying for an official release of, and
After just putting out a massive single with Martin Garrix a couple weeks ago during ADE, Matisse & Sadko are back with their newest tune “Ninjas” on Dim Mak.
Coming at utter ends with their Garrix collaboration, “Ninjas” is decidedly more wonky and bass-infused, coming as a mindbending assortment of synths and rhythms contained in a trap bubble. The track hits three different drops during its duration, each a little more intense than the last – as it should be.
Check it out below and follow the links under the track if you need to add this to your library like us.
Right off the heels of becoming the new number 1 DJ in the world according to the DJ Mag top 100 poll, Martin Garrix releases “Together” with rumoured future STMPD RCRD’s signees Matisse & Sadko.
Martin and Matisse & Sadko have collaborated on an EP in the past, released on Martin’s former label Spinnin’ Records, which saw the release of two anthemic progressive house bangers “Break Through The Silence” & “Dragon.”
The 6th out of 7 tracks that he’ll be releasing is titled “Together,” and maintains all the stylistic hallmarks that we saw on both artist’s previous works. “Together” maintains a euphoric uplifting vibe kept throughout the entirety of song, while the vocals also reinforce the positive tone presented throughout the track: “We don’t need much as long as we’re together.”
Stream “Together” below!
When listening to “Together,” it reminded me of an old track by Nicky Romero & Vicetone from over two years ago. The lead drop melody and structure sounds nearly the same as “Let Me Feel.” This is likely just a case of subconscious inspiration, though it’s still something worth noting. We’ve reached out to Martin’s team but have not received a response at time of publication. Take a listen for yourself below.
Tomorrow is the last day of “Garrix week” so be sure to stay tuned in at Your EDM for all the latest updates! And remember, Martin Garrix still has a big announcement coming tomorrow.
It’s been nearly three months since Martin Garrix released new music, so hopefully we can start expecting a new one fairly soon. After all, Amsterdam Dance Event is creeping up and we know that he’s gonna be playing some shows during the festivities. For our own input, we’re hoping it’s this ID.
He first played it at Tomorrowland this year (to our knowledge), though at the time it didn’t have any vocals. Now, it does.
This particular rip comes from Martin’s own Snapchat with the caption, “back in the studio.” So at the very least, we know he’s working on new music. Stay tuned for more on this release and any other new Garrix release as it comes.