The Ultra Miami 2015 Aftermovie has landed

It’s only taken 6 months, but the ULTRA MIAMI 2015 Aftermovie is here. In 4k, with a tracklist that is up with the best concluding video’s of any major festival.

Concluding a calender year of Ultra Music festival is no easy task, especially with the flagship festival reflecting the pinnacle of dance music festivals . Ticking over 14 minutes, you’re left with a sense of awe and wonder with arguably some of the best cinematography to grace an aftermovie to date. With wide angles, up-close-and-personal shots and trippy effects, visually the video has it all, reflecting the sun, the blue skies, the night atmosphere and incredible stage visuals and pyrotechnics.

The playlist includes many of the industry’s young guns, the next generation as it were. With Heldens featuring 3 times and Martin Garrix rounding off with one of the most hotly anticipated ID’s in years you’d imagine the soundtracks wouldn’t take a genre-encasing approach. From drops like “Deep Down Low” to instrumental bliss like EDX’s remix of “Show Me Love” the festivals spectrum of sounds is included. On top of this, the video’s creator, Final Kid, also seemed to make an effort to show the festival in its entirety. With every stage shown, every type of fan included and nearly every artist you can think of featuring, you get a real sense that Ultra Miami is something special. Unlike many, the aftermovie shows not only the fans having the time of their lives, but also the artists, a refreshing angle from many of the latest aftermovie’s.

Check our the video and tracklist below for Ultra Miami’s Aftermovie!

Ultra Miami 2015 Aftermovie Tracklist:

1. Sam Feldt feat. Kimberly Anne – Show Me Love (EDX’s Indian Summer Remix)
2. Michael Calfan – Mercy
3. Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank feat. Delaney Jane – Shades of Grey
4. Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank feat. Delaney Jane – Shades of Grey (Josh Phillips Remix)
5. Martin Solveig & GTA – Intoxicated (Sleepy Tom Remix)
6. Valentino Khan – Deep Down Low
7. Skrillex feat Ragga Twins – Ragga Bomb (Skrillex & Zomboy Remix)
8. Fono – Real Joy
9. Renegade Mastah – HI-LO
10. Martin Garrix – ID

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