Martin Garrix and Troye Sivan Release ‘There For You’ With Music Video

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Martin Garrix and Troye Sivan have finally released one of the most sought after releases of the year so far. ‘There For You’ has been teased countless times from Ultra to Coachella. Troye Sivan has even toured a bit with Martin and performed the song with live vocals on my occasions. We already know that

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We Asked Our Followers About Martin Garrix’s New Track & They Don’t Know What To Think

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Martin Garrix released his new song “Scared To Be Lonely,” featuring Dua Lipa, late Thursday night. With sweltering synths and emotional vocals from Dua Lipa, the song became an instant favorite. However, we wondered how fans would like it compared to his previous hit with Bebe Rexha, “In The Name Of Love.”

In a Twitter poll beginning Jan 26, we asked if “Scared To Be Lonely” was better than “In The Name Of Love”? Surprisingly, 35% of voters responded “Can’t Decide,” while 32% responded yes and 33% responded no.

Clearly, there are a lot of mixed feelings about his new track – but if there’s one that can’t be denied, it’s that it’s still really, really good. Listen once again below:

 

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Martin Garrix Releases “Make Up Your Mind” With Florian Picasso

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Martin Garrix week has unfortunately ended folks, but the rise of Martin’s imprint label STMPD RCRDS has just begun. Martin Garrix just released his latest collaboration with the great grandson of famed artist Pablo Picasso, French producer Florian Picasso.

Florian exploded onto the scene with his unique twist on progressive house emphasized with breaks and bounce as seen on tracks like “Origami” and “Kirigami.”

“Make Up Your Mind” is the last track to officially end Martin’s 7 days of 7 songs gift to his fans. Out of all the tracks that Martin released across the previous 6 days, to be frank, this one was my least favorite. The song is fresh and innovative which I absolutely appreciate, but it was nothing that I was expecting to come from two of the most talented progressive house producers in the scene right now.

Make up your mind on “Make Up Your Mind” by steaming it below!

And keep in mind, there’s still this image from Martin to take into consideration, featuring today’s date. We’re not 100% sure what it’s referring to – it could his ADE showcase tonight or perhaps something bigger – but we’re paying attention to his page all day just in case.

 

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Martin Garrix Releases “Welcome” With Julian Jordan

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Martin Garrix just released his 5th track, out of 7, titled “Welcome” with one of his best friend & colleagues, Julian Jordan.

Martin’s 4th ever official release was back in 2012 with his good friend Julian to which they released the track, “BFAM,” a.k.a “Brother From Another Mother,” long before the days where Martin’s most well known track, “Animals,” reigned supreme.

Rumor has it that Julian Jordan will be a future signee on Martin’s imprint label STMPD RCRDS. Due to their collaboration “Welcome” and the sheer fact that the two young Dutch producers have known each other for so long, I can almost guarantee you that we will be seeing some Julian Jordan originals on STMPD RCRDS in the near future.

As for the track “Welcome,” the intro stays true to Martin’s signature melodic piano notes, yet the drop takes you completely by surprise due to the absence of relatively any buildup whatsoever. “Welcome” showcases Martin & Julian’s ability to tread among relatively newer waters in the form of a darker, more abrupt electro house. If there is one thing that we most definitely love to see it is when producers try new things and expand their horizons rather than keeping the same boring formulaic patterns throughout their tracks. So hurray for taking risks and mixing things up!

Watch Dutch artist SIT re-imagine “Welcome” in the video below and check out his website here!

If you want to add the song on Spotify, click here!

There are 2 more tracks until Garrix week unfortunately wraps up, so be sure to stay posted with Your EDM for all the latest updates on all things Garrix!

 

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Martin Garrix Releases “Hold On & Believe” With The Federal Empire

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The mothership has landed folks, Martin Garrix & The Federal Empire‘s highly anticipated collaboration “Hold On & Believe” is finally here.

To say that we have just been waiting for this one would be a huge understatement. Ever since the Dutch superstar revealed the track during arguably his best set of the year at Ultra Music Festival 2016, fans have been going crazy for this track. Watch Martin premiere “Hold On & Believe” from Ultra Miami below!

Nearly everyone thought that “Hold On & Believe” was a Martin Garrix & Avicii collab based on its similarities in sound design and melody to Avicii’s “Waiting for Love,” which Martin Garrix did co-produce.

The rumors of a possible Martin Garrix & Avicii collaboration were further intensified due to the creation of an incorrectly titled fan-made unofficial music video which garnered millions of views on Youtube (16.6 million views as of right now). The simple fact that an unofficial music video alone has amassed more plays than some official Martin Garrix tracks proves the point that fans have been longing for this song for quite awhile. With a colossal number of views on the fan made video, it’s possible that Martin will take note and we may see a possible official music video sometime in the near future. Watch the fan made music video that created all the hype around “Hold On & Believe” below!

“Hold On & Believe” is Martin’s 4th track during Garrix week, with 3 more tracks to come, including collaborations with his friends and possible STMPD RCRD’s signees Julian Jordan, Florian Picasso, and Matisse & Sadko. With help from The Federal Empire, this new single is so catchy that it’s bound to be played on radio stations across the world. Listen to “Hold On & Believe” below and make sure to check out the creator of the artwork, ZEDZ – and if you want to see how ZEDZ made it, watch that here!

The Federal Empire even uploaded an acoustic version of “Hold On & Believe” that definitely brings out a more folky and relaxed rendition of the song, check it out below!

Make sure to stay posted with Your EDM for all the updates during Garrix week!

 

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Martin Garrix Releases His New Collaboration With Jay Hardway, “Spotless”

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Continuing the release of seven songs over seven days, Martin Garrix’s collaboration with Jay Hardway, “Spotless,” is now available to the public!

The track is exactly what we’d expect from Martin Garrix, an anthemic progressive house tune that is unfortunately a little formulaic. And Jay Hardway’s contribution is similarly difficult to pinpoint. With Martin’s performance from Ultra 2016 still weighing heavily on our minds, we’ve been expecting some material that was more out of the box.

Still, we’re excited to be getting so much new music from Garrix, with 4 more releases to go. Stay tuned on Your EDM for tomorrow’s track!

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Martin Garrix Releases Progressive Masterpiece “Sun Is Never Going Down”

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Martin Garrix‘s week is in full swing, ladies and gentleman. Today, the Dutch wunderkind released his second track out of seven titled, “Sun Is Never Going Down” featuring vocalist and producer Dawn Golden.

“Sun Is Never Going Down” is something I have personally been waiting for Martin to reign his efforts back in on. As of late, Martin Garrix has been dabbling himself into all sorts of fun and exciting new things, like a future bass-pop crossover hit with Bebe Rexha, “In The Name Of Love,” and electronic hip hop tracks like “Girls” or Spaceships” via his Area21 alias with rapper, Maejor.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with extending your reach and musical path across a bunch of different subgenres, but I think we can all agree progressive house Martin is one of our favorites, as it did give rise to one of his magnum opuses, “Forbidden Voices.”

Martin’s latest track “Sun Is Never Going Down” includes all the progressive house stylistic hallmarks the Dutch producer solidified his career on. The track gives you a conquering sense of ‘you can do anything in the the world.’ It’s euphoric, danceable and the stellar vocals from Dawn Golden make it all the better.

Listen to and watch The Lost Object‘s interpretation of the song below!

Martin is most certainly trying to stamp his name into the minds dance music fans worldwide during Amsterdam Dance Event by releasing 7 tracks across 7 days on his imprint label STMPD RCRDS. Be sure to stay connected with Your EDM for the latest updates on everything during Martin Garrix week!

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Martin Garrix’s First Of Seven Tracks, “WIEE,” Drops Today

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This is totally something producers should start doing more often; 7 tracks across 7 days, I mean, why not? With that being said, Dutch wunderkind Martin Garrix will be releasing 7 tracks across the next 7 days starting now as announced yesterday.

Martin has teamed up with seven different visual artists who will live paint their interpretations of each song which can be seen over at Martin’s Youtube channel each day. The images created will become the official artwork for each single to be released on Martin’s imprint label STMPD RCRDS. Other singles rumored to drop include collaborations with some of Martin’s best friends such as Julian Jordan, Florian Picasso and previous two-time collaborators Matisse & Sadko.

Kicking off the bounty of gifts coming from Martin is his second collaboration with 17-year old Dutch producer, Mesto. The two have have previously collaborated on the track “Bouncy Bob” with Justin Mylo to great success.

This is Mesto’s first official track on Martin’s STMPD RCRDS and there is no doubt we will be seeing more releases from of him on the imprint. “WIEE” makes for the perfect collaboration as the listener can so definitively hear and point out both Martin & Mesto’s signature sounds. Martin starts us off with his classic kick and clap pattern then Mesto joins with his signature whistling synth during the break. During the duration of the drop, Martin’s electro chord progression and Mesto’s future house leads become ever present as if they were fighting for who could take up more time during the drop. Be sure to stay tuned for further notices on when Martin drops the remainder of his tracks over the next 6 days.

Stream “WIEE” below!

Curiously, this past June, Martin tweeted the date “10.21.2016” which fits the exact timeframe of 7 songs in 7 days. We are still unsure of what the date is exactly alluding to, but many have been expecting Martin’s debut album to drop sometime this year, and with such short time left, we may see a possible album announcement by Martin at the end of his 7 days of giving.

 

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