Martin Garrix vs Matisse & Sadko – Dragon (Radio Edit)

EDM wonderboy Martin Garrix releases his latest big room anthem. A collaboration between Garrix and Russian duo Matisse & Sadho, ‘Dragon’ begins with atmospheric strings, before an infectious, powerful chord progression is unleashed upon the listener. With Tomorrowland this weekend, expect Garrix’s much anticipated set to go off with a bang. Advertisements

3LAU feat. Emma Hewitt – Alive Again

3LAU’s meteoric rise continues with the release of his latest original, ‘Alive Again’. Blending Hewitt’s instantly recognisable voice to a beautifully crafted progressive soundscape, 3LAU has successfully bridged the gap between melodic trance and big room, and by doing so has given us something truly memorable. With the backing of some massive names, including Hardwell and Armin van … Continue reading

Martin Garrix & Ed Sheeran – Rewind Repeat It (Original Mix)

Mooted for some time, it is finally upon us – the much anticipated collaboration between men of the moment Martin Garrix and Ed Sheeran. ‘Rewind Repeat It’ is certified pop gold. Though surprisingly weak in the lyric department, Sheeran’s vocals are very easy on the ears, adding to the track’s crossover feel. Garrix really shines in the latter department, … Continue reading

Jack Ü Ft. Justin Bieber – Where Are Ü Now (Elephante Remix)

A nice future house-inspired remix of the massive Jack U. As showcased by the likes of Don Diablo and Oliver Heldens, future house, as with tropical, is fast-becoming a big player on the EDM scene. Instantly recognisable synths combine with a dancy yet certainly not overbearing bassline that I’d have to describe as somewhere in … Continue reading

Martin Garrix – ‘Don’t Look Down (feat. Usher)

Boy-wonder Martin Garrix with his first major release of 2015, featuring none other than pop superstar Usher. ‘Don’t Look Down’ once again sees Garrix attempt to test his own musical repertoire, with this release taking obvious influence from the ever-popular tropical house genre. Opening with a distinct guitar, this is a pop song at heart – … Continue reading

deadmau5 – Some Chords (NEUS Remix)

Whilst most of the music we feature includes vocals, sometimes it’s nice to sit back and appreciate the simpler things… ‘Some Chords’ is just that. Whilst the original was perhaps a little repetitive at times, NEUS has stripped it back to its mere details, retained the structure of the chords, and created something quite beautiful. … Continue reading