Martin Garrix has dropped two new tracks to start December.
Today (Friday) finally sees the release his festival-tested collaboration with David Guetta, entitled ‘So Far Away’, alongside a new production courtesy of his AREA21 alias.
Martin Garrix has confirmed that his collaboration with David Guetta, 'So Far Away', will no longer feature a guest vocal from Ellie Goulding.
Garrix gave the collaboration a road test during his Tomorrowland set earlier this year which seems to have annoyed Goulding's management and label.
Martin Garrix has confirmed that he'll release two new tunes on the same day very soon.
The first track, 'So Far Away', is a collaboration with David Guetta and is set to be officially release this Friday 1st December.
The second tune, 'Glad You Came', is produced under Garrix's well-known alias AREA21, and is due to land on the same day as 'So Far Away' according to the Dutch producer's Twitter.
See the tweet exchange below and look out for both tunes this Friday 1st December.
Martin Garrix, the artist recently voted world's No. 1 DJ in our 2017 Top 100 DJs poll, just gave us a tantalising insight into his new collaboration with none other than EDM legend David Guetta.
Ahead of the track’s official release, a user on the site uploaded a short video of the track, which Garrix first premiered during his Tomorrowland 2017 set. The track has already had Garrix fans scrambling online for a track ID, but it seems as though this is the real deal.
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This year's No.1 DJ, Martin Garrix, picked up the award for the second consecutive year. His performance at Tomorrowland is a perfect example of the high energy sound and infectious personality that propelled him to global stardom.
Martin Garrix’s STMPD RCRDS has left the EDM world guessing after posting a teaser for a new release on Instagram, with very little by way of information regarding what the track or project actually is.
The clip appeared yesterday (7th November), and lasts for just 14-seconds. That's long enough to garner plenty of attention, though, with the biggest questions being asked about the script in the centre of the frame.
Musically, the sounds clearly reference Asia, and specifically India, with several comments suggesting the text is actually Hindi for 'sapera', or 'charmer'.
Martin Garrix has been named one of GQ’s most inspirational men of 2017. The Dutch DJ/producer/label owner is joined by the likes of John Legend, Elon Musk, David Beckham and Aziz Ansari, as part of the men's magazine's The Man Of Today list.
GQ prefaces their selections: “They’re people who measure success based upon the values by which they live their lives; they’re multi-faceted individuals unafraid to express themselves through their talents; they’re trailblazers whose actions and impact on society have challenged and broadened the very nature of masculinity.”
The World Club Dome made its debut in Asia recently.
Taking place in Incheon, South Korea, the three-day event took place from 22nd - 24th September and featured an array of top drawer talent.
The likes of Sven Väth repped the underground with distinction, while big name EDM DJs such as Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Robin Schulz, Afrojack and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike also played.
Martin Garrix has revealed he is putting the finishing touches to his latest material under his Area 21 alias, the duo he operates alongside with rapper Maejor.
Garrix shared via Instagram stories that the record is called ‘It Doesn’t Really Matter’. A release date has not yet been confirmed.
Garrix was revealed as the winner of the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs Poll 2017 last month, taking the gong for the second time after becoming the youngest ever No.1 DJ in 2016.