Martin Garrix to Release 7 Tracks During ADE

As if conquering charts, dance floors and airwaves the world over with In The Name Of Love wasn’t enough, Martin Garrix today announces that he’ll be releasing an incredible 7 tracks in 7 days during this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event.

The 7 tracks will be released one a day over consecutive days on his own STMPD RCRDS imprint, starting on Saturday October 15. The selection comprises of tracks that have featured heavily in this sets this year and have been met with countless ‘ID?’ requests from eager fans. Many of the tracks are collaborations with fellow producers, with a wide range of artists working with Garrix across the releases. The releases are a bit of a thank you from Garrix to all his fans for their support during what has been a huge year for the young producer.

“ Releasing these 7 tracks is my way of saying thank you for the ongoing support from my fans. I can’t say it enough.. I wouldn’t be where I am today without you guys! Hope you’ll enjoy each and every track that will be up uploaded the coming 7 days” – MG

In celebration of these seven releases, Garrix teamed up with seven unique visual artists, as they painted their own interpretation of each song on large canvases. Each painting will become the final track artwork. Get ready to catch incredible time lapses of these artists at work over on Garrix’s YouTube each day.

To complete his total takeover of the city during ADE, Garrix has also announced a pop-up shop kicking off Wednesday in Amsterdam with a visit from Garrix himself. More details including the location remain secret, but fans can sign up at martingarrix.com to be first to find out.”

Don’t forget that Martin will also be playing two shows during ADE at the massive Amsterdam RAI, with an 18+ show on Friday 21 October and an all-ages event on Saturday 22 October. Expect a big production and a special extended set from the man himself, sure to feature many of these soon-to-be-released goodies! Ticket and event info can be found at his Facebook page.

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