Martin Garrix finally debuts John Martin collaboration

Martin Garrix is still just 19 years old. But it feels like the young Dutchman already has a wealth of experience and had a presence in the scene that most DJ/Producer’s aspire to.

Having done the circuit as a viral hit, going under the name “Don’t Crack Under Pressure” in numerous cases, one of Martin Garrix’ most anticipated tracks is finally here. In its fully fledged entirety. Formally called “Now That I’ve Found You” and featuring renowned Swedish vocalist John Martin, the track now feels complete and while.

Set to be on his forthcoming debut album, “Now That I’ve Found You” bring with it a further wave of excitement for the LP that’s likely to be called “+X”. And with the establishment of his very own record label STMPD RCRDS recently, the flying Dutchman is setting a high standard of quality for its portfolio.

Uplifting in melody, the explosive chorus led my Martin really add’s to the addictive nature of the track. While catered for fans in a radio format, it is hard to resist the replay button. Carrying with it a euphoric atmosphere also, the pulsating beat acts as a firm foundation for the infectious chords and volumed synths.

Acting as a mark of intent for the upcoming year following his split from Spinnin’ Records, Martin Garrix is carrying great momentum, and expectation, into the summer festival season. And now that he’s a headlining draw-card, there comes even more pressure for the teenager.

Be sure to grab your copy of what is set to be one of 2016’s biggest tracks of the summer season – if not the year!

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