One of the most awaited ID from Martin Garrix’s set in Tomorrowland Around The World is “Coming Alive ID“. Rumored to be a collaboration between Martin Garrix and Elderbrook, this song will be released under Martin’s YTRAM alias. In the midst of fan’s anticipation, yesterday Martin Garrix post a snippet of the song which confirmed that it will be released soon.
Elderbrook is renowned as Grammy winning producer/singer/songwriter who also has collaboration with Camelphat, Diplo, and Rudimental. This time he will collab with Martijn, who said that Elderbrook is his dear friend. There’s no confirmation on the release date but it’s rumored to be dropped on the 2nd week of September. Are you excited with this song? Vote below and let me know.
Interviewer: Taishi Iwami
When he released “Animals” in 2013, Martin Garrix became world-famous in the EDM and house music scenes, and he’s been releasing great music ever since. From 2016 to 2018, he held the No. 1 slot in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs for three consecutive years, and has established himself as a leading figure — DJ, beat maker, and producer — on the international stage.
Martin Garrix came to Japan to perform at the Fuji Rock Festival, 2019. He tells us what he felt during his performance in torrential rain at the festival, about his thoughts on EDM’s momentum, and he talks about The Martin Garrix Experience, his compilation album which covers from his 2016 music to his latest tune, and also about his stance on EDM’s future.
His schedule was so tight that we had to get right to the point. But he still took time to share footage of himself in the studio, took us through his Spotify playlist, and even started to dance: we could feel his infectious energy in the interview.
— What did you feel on the stage of the Fuji Rock Festival?
The mountains in Japan have a really distinctive atmosphere, and every little while the weather kept changing. I heard about that from artists who had performed at Fuji Rock before, but when I experienced it myself, it was much more exciting than I’d expected. The rain was really heavy during my performance, so I know it was tough on the audience and I don’t want to take that for granted; but I think it was an amazing performance because of the mixture of the dramatic natural phenomena and the technology like the video and laser show. It all came together in the moment.Continue reading “[Interview] Martin Garrix Talks About Fuji Rock Festival With Qetic Japan | 25 August 2019”
Martin Garrix gets No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart with his latest single, “Higher Ground” on the ranking dated 15 August 2020. This song, which featured John Martin on vocal, was no 3 last week. This is the first time Martin Garrix earns the top spot. Previously, the Dutch DJ/producer had nine Top 10s song including five Top 5 hits on Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart [“Animals” (No. 4, 2013); “Don’t Look Down,” featuring Usher (No. 5, 2015); “In the Name of Love,” with Bebe Rexha (No. 3, 2016); “Scared to Be Lonely,” with Dua Lipa (No. 4, 2017); and “No Sleep,” featuring Bonn (No. 4, 2019)]. As for John Martin, this is the 2nd time he gets no 1 after his featured vocal on Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child”.
The chart measures radio airplay on a select group of full-time dance stations, along with plays during mix shows on nearly 80 top 40-formatted reporters. It is gaining core-dance airplay on stations including KMVQ-HD2 San Francisco, SiriusXM’s BPM and Music Choice’s Dance/EDM channel, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
Great news! Martin Garrix is confirmed to be one of the headliner of Escapade Music Festival! It was announced that Martin Garrix will perform on Sunday, 20 June 2021. He was supposed to headlined the 2020 edition of the festival but it was cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic. The 2021 edition of Escapade Music Festival took place on 18 – 20 June 2021 at Ottawa, Canada. For more information you can visit Escapade Music Festival instagram or the website.
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Credit to Joey Garrix on Youtube.