Martin Garrix

Martin Garrix teases third Matisse & Sadko collaboration


Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko’s time spent in the studio together produced two of the biggest track of last years summer season. Acting as some of the first pieces of evidence of the flying Dutchman’s diversification of sound, he has gone on to complete a mighty long list of accomplishments in just over 12 months. And while the Russian duo have been relatively quieter to the scale of the young talent, new’s of a third collaboration has We Rave You very excited.

From his from his stellar performance at Tomorrowland earlier this year, to his set 47-track at Lollapalooza festival, Martin Garrix’ sound and taste’s have evolved exponentially since 2014. Also breaking away from Spinnin Records and Music Allstars Management due to ownership contentions over his musical catalogue, he has laid out an impressive foundation that is already reaping reward. Announcing his own imprint, STMPD RCRDS, and joining Scooter Braun’s management company, the future continues to provide improvements and enhancements for his career.

After the rip-roaring success of “Dragon” and “Break Through the Silence“, which have gained over 20 million cumulative plays and topped Beatport charts, Matisse & Sadko have continued to impress and steadily elevate. Recently producing the monstrous “TITAS”, they have also dropped a masterful progressive remix of Afrojack’s “Hey”, and produced the World Hockey Championship’s Official Anthem in recent times.

Teasing us through social media, evidence of the trio’s latest collaborative work is now online. With the video seemingly evidence of another spine-tingling progressive house melody, it also shows that we’re not the only one’s excited, with Martin Garrix himself jumping around in joy.

Check out the footage below and let us know how you think it will turn out!

 

Goosebumps ???? @martingarrix @matissesadko #martingarrix #matisseandsadko

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