Martin Garrix releases the ‘2019 Remixed’ package
What’s the best way to end the year? With some new music of course! Martin Garrix shares one last gift of 2019 with his fans as he releases the ‘2019 Remixed’ package, containing remixes of his seven releases of the past year. 2019 has definitely been a huge year for Martin, it had a lot of highs, but also some lows, when we look back we can’t go past the launch of the STMPD RCRDS radio show, high-profile festival stages that the label has hosted, Ibiza residency, amazing production of the Ether live shows at ADE, but also his unfortunate ankle injury which made him cancel quite a lot of shows.
Earlier during the Holidays he already released a yearly round up mixtape of some of the best tracks that dropped on his label in the past year, now he’s bringing us a final release of the year, ‘2019 Remixed’ in collaboration with amazing artists that remixed all of his seven originals from 2019.
Dutch brothers Victor and Stephan, better known as DubVision, reworked Martin’s first release of the year ‘No Sleep’ ft. Bonn, they delivered a fist-pumping big room remix of the track. Next up was the American duo DRAMA, which is bringing us an amazing remix of Garrix’s collaboration with Matisse & Sadko ‘Mistaken’ ft. Alex Aris. Vintage Culture & Bruno Be are taking us back to the summertime with their cool nu disco remix of ‘Summer Days’. Dyro takes his turn on ‘These Are The Times’ and gives the track an energetic twist. Next up the talented Dutch duo Silque with a remix of ‘Home’ ft. Bonn in their signature bouncy house style. Bart B More strips down one of Martin’s greatest creations of the year ‘Used To Love’ ft. Dean Lewis, in a funky house track. And last but not least Julian Jordan remixes ‘Hold On’, the latest creation by Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko, making it the most hard-hitting track of the album, perfectly rounding off the remix package.
Stream ‘2019 Remixed’ below and start your year off with some fresh bangers delivered by the STMPD RCRDS family!
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