The anticipation is almost over with Amsterdam Dance Event right around the corner and electronic music’s in-demand event is certainly one not to be missed out on this year. It can be said for those travelling to the Netherlands capital in the coming week will without a doubt be in for more than a few too many treats. If you’re heading to the city to support the current world number one ranking DJ Martin Garrix, well, the young music producer has a special treat of his own. Come ADE, Martin will be dropping his brand new five-track strong EP titled ‘Plus‘.
Speculation over the EP has been rife in recent weeks, many thanks to a brand new Garrix website popping up online and popular Twitter account @MartinGarrixHub tweeting a gif of the music producers recognisable plus logo transform into five distinct squares. Unfortunately for Martin Garrix, the surprise of his 5 track EP has been leaked and the tracklist is now out. However, this hasn’t stopped the main man himself being absolutely ‘Stoooked’ to share the new music with his fans as he writes on his socials.
besides the fact that every single surprise upcoming week got leaked I'm still STOOOKED to share it with you guys ahah pic.twitter.com/LF2Bs4A1Nh
— MARTIN GARRIX (@MartinGarrix) October 14, 2018
Taking a closer look at the EP, Martin Garrix will be dropping five new tracks, two of his own productions and three collaborations. For the first track, Martin teams up with Blinders for their production titled ‘Breach (Walk Alone)‘. The Dutchman further joins forces with fellow Dutch DJ Dryo for their collaboration ‘Latency‘ and teams up with Pierce Fulton and Mike Shinoda for their track called ‘Waiting For Tomorrow‘. The two tracks delivered by Martin himself are titled ‘Access‘ and ‘Yottabyte‘.
I’m sure we speak for everyone when we say we’re excited to hear all the new tracks delivered by Martin Garrix himself. Not to mention we’re not long off watching the crowing of DJ Mags world number one DJ. Will Martin Garrix retain his title as the best in the world? Check out the artwork for ‘Blinders‘ below and make sure to keep checking back to Garrix’s mysterious ‘Plus’ site here.