Martin Garrix feat. John & Michel – Now That I’ve Found You |STMPD RCRDS|

Martin Garrix unleashes a magnificent new track on his newly established imprint STMPD RCRDS and announces an upcoming event in Athens, Greece!

With the instrumental first debuted at Sziget Festival last summer in Budapest, “Now That I’ve Found You” featuring Michel & Swedish singer and songwriter John Martin, best known for his collaborations with the Swedish House Mafia, the young EDM superstar delivers a flawless progressive masterpiece that breaths fire with amazing string sections, infectious melodic chords and monumental synth stacks – it’s sure to continue to build buzz as it gets played out this festival season.

Martin Garrix will visit Athens GAZI Music Hall for a live event powered by Globe on April 9th, where he will present all his latest productions and maybe some of his label’s upcoming releases.

Martin Garrix has also teased details of a collaboration with Justin Bieber, who’s trying drift further into EDM following the wild success of his Jack Ü collaborative effort, “Where Are Ü Now,” and aid from Skrillex on his new album.

The Dutch superstar hasn’t shared any other details about who may join him on his venture, but the timing of the label announcement and his best friend and fellow producer Julian Jordan going independent could mean Jordan joins up at STMPD. Mike Hawkins, another colleague of his also just left Spinnin’ for presumably greener pastures.

The new song “Now That I’ve Found You” has a long history. Garrix created the melody live at a Dance Fair masterclass where he was schooling some aspiring producers on the craft and made a rough version of this song. It was then premiered during his Sziget Festival main stage headlining set. It will be released in one week on March 11. He released a short teaser video to go along with the announcement.


Δημοσιεύτηκε από GLOBE στις Πέμπτη, 10 Μαρτίου 2016

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