The Martin Garrix Show is back with the third episode from its third season.
The latest instalment captures the two-time Top 100 DJs winner preparing to play to 38,000 people at World Club Dome in Gelsenkitchen, Germany last November. You can watch it below.
The third season of The Martin Garrix Show returned earlier this month.
Last week, Garrix dropped a new track, 'Burn Out'.
Martin Garrix has shared his new track, a collaboration with Justin Mylo featuring Dewain Whitmore, titled ‘Burn Out’. You can listen to it below.
The track is released today (14th September) on Garrix’s STMPD Records.
The Martin Garrix Show returned last week (6th September) with the first episode of its third season.
The Martin Garrix Show is back with the first episode of its third season.
An 11-minute recap recap of the Dutch EDM star's busy schedule at Amsterdam Dance Event 2017, the episode features Garrix meeting starstruck fans, working at his label STMPD RCRDS and demonstrating his "second career" as a bartender. You can watch it below.
Tomorrowland Winter has revealed the first wave of artists for its debut edition, taking place from 9th to 16th March 2019.
Superstar DJ Martin Garrix is stepping away from the decks and towards the writing table by launching his own book.
Entitled LIFE = CRAZY, the new release will tell the visual story of the dutch icon's whirlwind life and career, as seen through the lens of his personal photographer and friend Louis van Baar.
Although Garrix's story has been told in this format before, the new release offers a chance to take a more detailed look inside his life, with personal moments as well as his biggest shows captured in hundreds of never-before-seen photographs.
Martin Garrix has just released brand-new track, titled 'High On Life', and featuring Bonn on vocals.
Garrix aired the track recently as the set-closer to his headline show at Tomorrowland festival in Belgium.
Earlier this month, the critically-acclaimed DJ announced details of his summer 2018 tour. By the end of August, he'll have played a total of 36 shows in 57 days.
Tomorrowland has shared 49 sets from the second weekend of its 2018 festival. You can watch them all below.
Taking place in the appropriately-named Belgian city of Boom, this year's second weekend ran from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th July.
Tomorrowland’s annual stream has now gone live for the final day of its weekend two celebrations, with the mega festival set to stream music from Martin Garrix, Steve Angello, Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Solomun and many more.
The festival, which is based in Boom, Belgium, has been broadcasting again across four channels for three consecutive days this weekend (27th to 29th July), after doing so at last weekend’s event (22nd to 24th July).
Martin Garrix has announced details of his summer tour for 2018, which kicked off yesterday. The critically-acclaimed DJ is playing until the end of August on a tour that will see him playing a total of 36 shows in just 57 days.
Tickets are currently on sale here.