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Martin Garrix Premieres New Version Of “Mistaken” ID At Tomorrowland Winter

Latest from Your EDM - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 15:28

Martin Garrix took the stage at Tomorrowland Winter and debuted a new version of an ID called “Mistaken.”

Fans were surprised to hear a different drop than what he first played at ADE. According to Martin Garrix Hub, which is the one-stop source for all things Martin Garrix, some were even hoping he’d change up his original track.

Ever since Martijn premiered the song at ADE, a lot of fans were not that impressed with the drop. Martijn probaby saw the feedback and now he is planning to change the drop completely. What do you guys think? He should change the drop or not? Tweet him and let him know.

From the sounds of it, fans are split on both sides, but thankfully Martin responded:

I’m gonna do both versions ????

Listen below and let us know your favorite!

Martin Garrix “Mistaken” at Tomorrowland Winter

Ever since Martijn premiered the song at ADE, a lot of fans were not that impressed with the drop. Martijn probaby saw the feedback and now he is planning to change the drop completely. What do you guys think? He should change the drop or not? Tweet him and let him know.

— MARTIN GARRIX HUB (@MartinGarrixHub) March 15, 2019

I'm gonna do both versions ????

— MARTIN GARRIX (@MartinGarrix) March 15, 2019

 

Photo via Rukes.com

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Martin Garrix Premieres New Version Of “Mistaken” ID At Tomorrowland Winter

JVNA’s Cover Of “Crashing” By Illenium Is Hands Down The Best

Latest from Your EDM - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 15:20

A big part of my job as a dance music blogger is keeping an eye out for upcoming talent — when we shared our article about the official remix pack for Illenium’s “Crashing” yesterday, I kept seeing one name pop up over and over: JVNA. So I decided to check it out, and I have to say, it blew me away.

Rather than remixing it from stems like the others in the official pack, JVNA recreated “Crashing” from the ground up, vocals and all. The result is a brilliant blend of uplifting bass with stunning arpeggios and emotive melodies.

I’ll definitely be throwing JVNA a follow on SoundCloud, and she’s already making a case to be on our 2020 Artists To Watch list at the end of the year. Check out her cover of “Crashing” by Illenium below!

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: JVNA’s Cover Of “Crashing” By Illenium Is Hands Down The Best

Flume's Documentary, When Everything Was New, is Now on YouTube

EDM.com - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 15:17

Flume's breathtaking documentary is now available for all.

Flume released his documentary When Everything Was New on Apple Music less than a year ago. It accompanied by Sleepless and showcasing the story behind Future Classic, the Australian label responsible for bringing Flume the success he enjoys today. 

Now the Grammy Award-winning artist and producer (real name Harley Streten) has released When Everything Was New split into four parts on his YouTube channel. 

Fans who haven't had the chance to view the documentary already (which is named after track 10 in his sophomore album Skin) should definitely watch it now. Masterfully directed by Nic Wrathall, it goes over Streten's humble beginnings as a bedroom producer, how he got the attention of Future Classic, his creative process, and ultimately the journey towards the release of Skin in 2016, a critically-acclaimed effort that won Best Dance/Electronic Album a year later at the Grammy Awards

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Flume's self-titled debut album came in 2012 and immediately caught the attention of fans and publications all over the world. The Australian producer has since went on to become one of electronic music's most forward-thinking figures, and has collaborated with artists such as Nick Murphy A.K.A. Chet Faker, Kendrick LamarLittle Dragon and Beck.  

In December 2018 Flume teased his return, so it will be exciting to see how the producer will continue his musical endeavors in 2019. 

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Getter Booed by Fans During Visceral Tour Stop at Stereo Live in Houston

EDM.com - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 15:01

Getter fans haven't unanimously celebrated his shift in creative direction.

Every successful artist must walk a fine line between staying true to themselves and pleasing their fans, but Getter's recent shift has elicited more wrath than he may have expected. A week after he tweeted that he would adjust his Visceral Tour performances in response to criticism from fans. It may not have been enough as he was booed by many of those who attended his set at Stereo Live in Houston last night.

The Visceral Tour, which kicked off last month, sees Getter (real name Tanner Petulla) deliver sets centered around his 2018 album of the same name. The effort marked a move away from the heavy drops for which he garnered a worldwide fan base in favor of more ambient, introspective sounds. Despite Visceral's widespread critical acclaim, the songs haven't entirely been received well by concertgoers expecting his previous style.

After heckling him during his Stereo Live performance, some attendees ridiculed him on social media. Others came to his defense, including his former tour manager, who wrote:

"The bass scene has some of the most toxic fans of any scene and it’s so disheartening, it’s fucking music... Someone poured their heart and soul into hours of work for it. If you don’t prefer something cool, that doesn’t mean go publicly belittle an artist because it didn’t help your ecstasy-fueled head banging session. Really think we should make a conscious effort to weed out these inhumane 'fans.'”

Last night wasn't the first time Stereo Live patrons engaged in similar behavior. Last December, MUST DIE! condemned fans who complained about an opener playing house music before his set. 

Getter will resume his Visceral Tour with a performance tonight, March 16th, in Dallas, Texas. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit his website.

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Tomorrowland Winter Live Sets: Armin van Buuren, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix & More [LISTEN]

Latest from Your EDM - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 14:46

The world just experienced its first Tomorrowland Winter and some of the very best DJs in the world were there to throw down. Armin van Buuren, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix, Vini Vici and more!

Much of the EDM family has some serious fomo today, following the week-long party at the French Alpe D’Huez, which was literally a winter wonderland. Music went on for days and like we said — the best of the best were there. Thankfully the internet has blessed us with a snow storm of live sets from the long weekend.

As you listen, picture this: 30,000 People of Tomorrow from all over the world on an altitude of more than 2000 meters, guided by the Tomorrowland magic.

Enjoy fresh performances from Afrojack, Lost Frequencies, Steve Aoki and more right here.

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Armin van Buuren

DJ Snake

Lost Frequencies

Martin Garrix

Martin Solveig

Salvatore Ganacci

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Photo via RUDGR for Tomorrowland Winter

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Tomorrowland Winter Live Sets: Armin van Buuren, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix & More [LISTEN]

Illenium Sells Out Third Red Rocks Amphitheatre Show, Hints at New Album

EDM.com - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 14:15

Tickets sold out within minutes, but Illenium proved he is always there for his fans.

Tickets for Illenium's two-night Red Rocks takeover in October went on sale yesterday, and sold out within minutes as expected by many. To fans' delight, the producer (real name Nicholas D. Miller) quickly tweeted out that he was trying to add a third night for those who missed out. He advised his fans not to buy tickets from scalpers, and confirmed that the third day was added a couple of hours later, officially announced on Monday. 

Miller also recently announced another big accomplishment; he will be performing at Madison Square Garden September 21st. According to the flyer he will play a "NEW ALBUM LIVE SET" at MSG and on the first night of Red Rocks, most probably meaning that he'll be releasing his third album within the year. 

Illenium is one of the fastest-rising stars in recent electronic music. His melodic, emotional productions are loved by fans all over the world, and have earned him performances at some of the most prominent electronic music festivals. He has earned remix duties for Flume, Halsey, Marshmello and more, and has collaborated with the likes of Seven Lions, Excision and Zeds Dead

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Bonnaroo launches Ready to Roo traveling event series

Latest from Dancing Astronaut - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 13:47
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After unveiling their lineup earlier this year, Bonnaroo fans have been gearing up for the Tennessee festival’s yearly June celebration. However, the beloved festival is taking the festivities on the road for the first time this year. Launching their new “Ready to Roo” event series, Bonnaroo has announced a set of shows and events around 14 cities around the country.

From March 18 to April 6, Bonnaroo will be hosting pop-up events, from concerts and bar nights to community service and games of bean-bag toss. Extending the communal feeling that comes along with the Bonnaroo name, “these unifying activities create a sense of community that transcends their time at the festival, and the service projects in select cities underscore Bonnaroo’s focus on social good and ‘radiating positivity,’ which is part of the Bonnaroovian code” said festival co-founder Ashley Capps in a press release earlier this week. Touring the East Coast and Midwest, Bonnaroo’s the full list of activities can be found here, and the list of cities can be found below.

Ready to Roo schedule:

March 18-23: Nashville
March 25-30: Charlotte, North Carolina
April 2-6: Washington, D.C.
March 18-21: Atlanta
March 25-29: Birmingham, Alabama
March 25-28: Indianapolis
March 30-April 1: Chattanooga, Tennessee
April 3-4: Knoxville, Tennessee
March 18 – 21: Chicago
April 1: Columbus, Ohio
April 3-4: Louisville, Kentucky
March 18-23: Tampa, Florida
March 26-30: ​Orlando, Florida
April 1-6: Jacksonville, Florida

Photo credit: Jason Schaltz

Thomas Gold and Kosling induce euphoria with new release, ‘Wildest Dreams’

Latest from Dancing Astronaut - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 13:40
Thomas Gold and Kosling induce euphoria with new release, ‘Wildest Dreams’Thomas Gold Press Shot 1920

Thomas Gold marks his official return to Nicky Romero‘s Protocol Recordings with a new collaboration with up-and-comer Kosling titled “Wildest Dream.” They have released an original and extended cut of the track, both of which build around singer Matthew Steeper’s polarizing vocal lines. The track blends piano and high-pitched electronic notes to create a bouncy and upbeat tune that takes the listener to a happy place.

Gold spoke with Dancing Astronaut about the release, saying, “I’m super excited to be back on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings with ‘Wildest Dream.’ For this one, I went for a 100 percent vocal progressive house approach. First of all, I fell in love with the vocal from the moment I heard the demo, and it was super fun to work on the music together with Kosling. I love his style, so we came up with the production quickly. I love the uplifting and emotional energy of the track and can’t wait to play it out everywhere in the world!”

Gold is known for his progressive house sound and his ability to blend unique vocals with upbeat tracks, and “Wildest Dream” does just that making it to the perfect addition to his catalog of releases.



Anderson .Paak previews upcoming ‘Ventura’ LP with lead single, ‘King James’

Latest from Dancing Astronaut - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 13:38
Anderson .Paak previews upcoming ‘Ventura’ LP with lead single, ‘King James’Anderson Paak Martinez

After announcing his fourth studio album, Ventura, and an accompanying tour at the end of February, Anderson .Paak is gearing up for a big start to 2019. Now, dropping the first material from his upcoming LP, .Paak has shared his funky new track, “King James.”

A tribute to basketball icon LeBron James, the song highlights James’ charity work along with a variety of social issues and current events. Sonically, shimmering textures and thick bassline showcase .Paak and Dr. Dre‘s ability to blend funky sounds with a modern, soulful twist. With production from Dr. Dre on the entire project and features from Andrè 3000, Smokey Robinson, and more, Ventura is slated to be the quick-paced follow-up to Oxnard that cements .Paak as a true powerhouse artist.



Photo credit: Hollie Fernando for Rolling Stone

Spring Awakening 2019 Lineup And New Location Announced

Latest from EDM Sauce - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 13:28

Spring Awakening Music Festival has dropped the lineup for 2019. The eighth year of the festival will bring headliners DJ Snake, GRiZ, Illenium, Martin Garrix, Rezz, and Zedd. The three day festival will bring in over 60 incredible artists across multiple stages. This year's Branded Stage showcases will be hosted by Destructo's AMFAMFAMF (All My

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DJ Snake Teams Up With Plastic Toy For Suave New Track “Try Me” [MUST LISTEN]

Latest from Your EDM - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 13:06

DJ Snake has teamed up with Plastic Toy for a smooth dance track “Try me” — and it’s a bop!

The song is sweet and suave, working in gorgeous synths and confident melodies to a highly infectious degree. With layers of soft vocals and piano, this is quite tame in terms of DJ Snake’s usual style, but a well received change of pace. As for Plastic Toy, this is the first we’re hearing from the producer on Premiere Classe — or anywhere, for that matter — and we’re instantly craving more.

“The most interesting thing in this song for me, is the lead synth that comes with the drop,” Plastic Toy shares of the release. “With DJ Snake, we pushed the track to a whole new level, giving it that powerful and melodic sound. Working with Snake was very inspiring. He has the ability to feel the music and what’s going to sound good.”

It’s more than good — it’s a vibe. “Try me” is out now and it’s on repeat!

Plastic Toy & DJ Snake – Try me

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This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: DJ Snake Teams Up With Plastic Toy For Suave New Track “Try Me” [MUST LISTEN]

Saturday Night Session 015: Armin van Buuren discusses how his heart will always be with Trance music and teases a return of his ‘classical’ Armin sound later this year

Latest from Dancing Astronaut - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 13:04
 Armin van Buuren discusses how his heart will always be with Trance music and teases a return of his ‘classical’ Armin sound later this yearULTRA MIAMI BY BART HEEMSKERK

Few moments are more sacred than the reprieve Saturday night provides from the daily grind of school and work. Its importance is meant to be emphasized, and thus, a feature dedicated to “doing the night right” was born. Saturday Night Sessions are set around energizing mixes meant to get the party started. New or old, each episode has one cornerstone thing in similarity: they serve as the perfect backdrop for the weekend pregame.

Dutch DJ and producer Armin van Buuren has been called many things. ‘Trance legend,’ a ‘godfather’ of modern day electronic music, and ‘musical icon’ are a few of the many descriptors that he has amassed throughout his 20 year career. The artists who do end up becoming global headliners typically ride the five-year wave of being at the top before they either burn out or the next new act comes and takes their place. Van Buuren has found a way to maintain his stature in the industry over the long term while also balancing teaching a masterclass, touring, releasing copious amounts of new music, and most importantly, having a family at home.

Those who have been fans of the producer for the longer term know he has continued to innovate sonically and push the boundaries of what is considered ‘his style.’ While Trance is the genre van Buuren is most closely associated with historically, his releases over the past few years have become increasingly diverse. In 2019 alone, the producer has released hardstyle, DnB, Trance, and Big Room singles.

While it may seem that van Buuren’s increasing sonic diversity and musical experimentation have been a purposeful and strategic decision, the artist clarifies otherwise. Van Buuren states, “As an artist, I’m always looking to reinvent myself, to try new things and get creative. I don’t want to be a prisoner of my own style. Sometimes, that means I create music that some people may not expect or even encourage.” He continues, “But it’s not even about wanting to change it up. It’s not as if I decide to create a certain style of music even before I set foot in the studio. Instead, I just let inspiration take me into the direction it wants to. My heart will always be with Trance, but I need it to explore my boundaries to innovate.”

Van Buuren recently released a new single, “Turn It Up,” and he explains that the track was created for the sole purpose of inciting energy in a crowd during a live performance. When asked if fans could expect to hear new music coming out that is a closer listen to the ‘old school’ Armin style versus the ‘new school’ releases such as “Turn It Up,” he explains that the answer to that question would entirely depend on one’s definition of his ‘old school’ style.

He notes, “Music is always evolving, so to reach back for that classic sound of, say, the early ‘90s or early 2000s might not even work in today’s scene. That being said though, I still love Trance music as much as I did back when I first started out, and I still love creating it. So I’m definitely up for it. That’s why later this year you will hear more “classic” Armin sounds coming out of my studio. Let’s just see what happens!”

While the prospect of the ‘classic’ Armin sound returning makes it nearly impossible to be patient for his new music coming later this year, van Buuren’s Saturday Night Session throws the listener straight into A State of Trance set, showcasing his finest and most energetic Trance work.

When asked what kind of a night his Saturday Night Session is getting listener’s ready for, he notes, “A Saturday night you won’t forget for the rest of your lives! All funny business aside though, it’s a very energetic mix perfect for the bigger stages. Could even be a mainstage set for an A State Of Trance event! Hope you guys like it!”

Photo Credit: Bart Heemskerk

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The music you’ve been putting out is becoming increasingly diverse in genre. What made you want to start changing it up?


As an artist, I’m always looking to reinvent myself, to try new things and get creative. I don’t want to be a prisoner of my own style. Sometimes, that means I create music that some people may not expect or even encourage. But it’s not even about wanting to change it up. It’s not as if I decide to create a certain style of music even before I set foot in the studio. Instead, I just let inspiration take me into the direction it wants to. My heart will always be with trance, but I need it to explore my boundaries to innovate.

Can you tell us more about your new song?

“Turn It Up” is a real club/festival track made for the sole purpose of making a crowd go crazy. And, judging by the response of the ASOT Utrecht 900 audience when I played it, it does it’s job quite well. You could say it’s a follow-up to “Blah Blah Blah,” but I also feel it’s a solid mainstage banger in its own right.

Can we expect to hear any more ‘Old School’ Armin Trance releases in the near future?


That would mostly depend on your definition of ‘Old School’. Music is always evolving, so to reach back for that classic sound of, say, the early ‘90s or early 2000s might not even work in today’s scene. That being said though, I still love Trance music as much as I did back when I first started out, and I still love creating it. So I’m definitely up for it. That’s why later this year you will hear more “classic” Armin sounds coming out of my studio. Let’s just see what happens!

Are there any up and coming artists who you feel are rising superstars?


I really like what Fatum are doing, but also Avao and Maarten de Jong.

The amount of music you have been releasing is impressive, especially when considering you were teaching a masterclass, touring, and you have a family at home among the many other things you do. How do you manage to do it all?

It’s quite a tough act to balance, that’s for sure. Luckily, I’m surrounded by wonderful people and an amazing team, all of whom look out for me. I also have a wonderful wife who helps me keep both feet on the ground. It’s safe to say I wouldn’t be able to do all of this without them.

What are you listening to right now? Outside of your own music, of course.


It largely depends on the mood I’m in. I tend to enjoy many different kinds of music and always try to keep an open mind. For instance, some of my favorite all-time dance tracks range from Jules Verne’s mix of L.S.G.’s “Netherworld” to The Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up” – I still can’t believe we lost Keith Flint so suddenly – to the Ben Liebrand remix of Phil Collins’ “In The Air Tonight.” So there’s not a specific artist or genre I’m listening to at the moment, but rather a lot of different tracks and styles that I just find very enjoyable right now. If a record strikes a chord in me, I like it, no matter which genre or style is. Currently I’m listening to Derelicts by Carbon Based Lifeforms.

Did you grow up listening to electronic music? What spurred your love for it and made you want to make this a career?

I actually grew up listening to lots of different kinds of music. My mom and my dad both enjoyed various styles of music, from Jazz to Classical music to The Beatles. Electronic music was barely a thing back when I grew up. The first time I heard dance music was when a friend of mine gave me a cassette tape with a mini mix from Ben Liebrand on it. I was sold ever since. I spent all of the money I earned with my paper route on buying new records and experimented a lot with mixing and sequencing on a computer my mom had won when I was ten years old. That was the start of it all for me.

Do you have a favorite year or era of electronic music?

Not really. One of the things I truly love about electronic music is that it changes so frequently. There are genres that merge, styles that evolve, and even new musical waves that just seem to come out of nowhere every few months or so. I love it. It’s what make this whole scene so unique. And that’s also why I don’t have a favorite. Each “era” has its own small wonders.

Are any of your children interested in being a music producer like you? Would you encourage them to do so if this is what they wanted?

I don’t think they’re interested in being a music producer as of yet, but they’re also still quite young. And, as any dad, I just want them to be as happy as they can possible be throughout their lives. If that means they want to pursue a career in music, I’m okay with that and can probably teach them a lot about the lifestyle and all. If they’d rather pick something else, I’m perfectly fine with that as well. I’ll support them no matter what.

What kind of a Saturday Night is your mix getting us ready for?


A Saturday night you won’t forget for the rest of your lives! All funny business aside though, it’s a very energetic mix perfect for the bigger stages. Could even be a mainstage set for an A State Of Trance event! Hope you guys like it!

ATB & Markus Schulz Team On Long Awaited Collab “Heartbeat”

Latest from EDM Sauce - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 07:47

Like real friendship or true love, cold beers or decent coffee, dream jobs or summer vacay – some things in life really are worth the wait! Or when two of your favorite electronic music makers finally make their schedules click and rock up with a festival igniting floor-roar that’s somehow even better than you dared

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No ID is the new London club night showcasing South Asian artists

Latest from MixMag - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 06:00

Naina, Nabihah Iqbal and No ID founder Ahadadream are locked in for the debut event

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Ruby Rushton share track ‘Triceratops / The Caller’ ahead of new album

Latest from MixMag - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 06:00

‘Ironside’, the new album from Tenderlonious’ Ruby Rushton quartet, lands in April

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Legendary London venue The Social faces closure

Latest from MixMag - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 06:00

The West End venue has just weeks to raise £95,000

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World Of Drum and Bass Tour to Touch Down In LA This Weekend at Xcellerated

Latest from Your EDM - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 01:57

It’s time for another exciting UK legends meets hometown heroes this weekend in Los Angeles, as the World of Drum and Bass tour rolls through the City of Angels. The annual spring tour was begun by D&B icon DJ SS and each year features both HIM AND Simon Bassline Smith and at least one other major UK headliner.

This year, the World of Drum and Bass Tour will be rolling through Mexico, Canada and many parts of the US on its North American legs but the first stop is in LA, hosted by Xcellerated. This year is no exception and the festivities will not only include Mr. SS and Mr. Bassline but also the dynamic UK duo of North Base, jungle and DnB legend Mampi Swift and an opening set from yet another UK headliner, High Roll. This will be High Roll’s first time playing in the U.S. so get there early and don’t miss it.

For World of Drum and Bass Xcellerated always comes correct so the newly refurbished Catch One on Pico will also open the loft area and feature as many local heroes as one can cram into a night: Replicant, Maseo/Hokilla, Mr. Deeds, Satin, BK Willy and Lymyt will all be lighting up the decks in the loft. MC hosts for the evening will be Dino, J Tec and Werd.

The World of Drum and Bass Tour only comes around once a year and each time it’s completely different so this is always a don’t-miss event in LA. Pre-sale tickets are recommended and available until 7pm on the day of the event, tomorrow, March 16. Go to the Xcellerated event page for pre-sale link and more info.

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: World Of Drum and Bass Tour to Touch Down In LA This Weekend at Xcellerated

Coachella Draws Nearly Twice As Many Air Travelers As Other Music Festivals

Latest from One EDM - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 01:54

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival®, more widely known as Coachella®, is bringing in 46 percent more travelers by air than South by Southwest® (SXSW®), and 89 percent more than Ultra Music Festival™ this year, according to Allianz Global Assistance, a leading travel insurance and assistance company. Allianz Global Assistance analyzed customer trips to determine which popular […]

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Martin Garrix Announces New Single, Teases 3 New Albums’ Worth of Music

EDM.com - Sat, 03/16/2019 - 01:39

“It’s scary how much unreleased Martin Garrix music there is”

In a recent interview with France’s Fun Radio, Martin Garrix announced that he has a new single coming out sometime in April or May. When asked if the single will be apart of a new album, he said “maybe” and revealed that he has three albums worth of unreleased music already finished.

Despite only teasing the new song, he shared some exciting details with the interviewers. The unreleased track will be his first song at 114 BPM, will be a “feel good song”, and will feature an unannounced rapper and singer.

When asked about the album, the Dutch dance music prodigy stated that he would like to make sure he supports the album to its full extent. This means he would like to include two to three big singles and an album tour.

Martin Garrix fans have had a great start to 2019. Earlier this month, he released the first new track from his AREA21 side project in a year. He is also slated to headline Spring Awakening, Secret Solstice, and recently performed at Tomorrowland Winter.

You can watch the full interview courtesy of Fun Radio here.

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