by: Ross Goldenberg
Jul 28, 2020
No lone Martin Garrix performance may ever eclipse his showing at Ultra Music Festival 2016, although sets in the time since have more than held their own. During both of his respective quarantine streams, one held from his Amsterdam rooftop and the other, on a yacht in Dutch waters, the STMPD RCRDS head honcho has regularly teased incoming releases from the label’s long roster of talent. As expected, Martin Garrix tripled down on this custom when charged with mainstage closing duties for Tomorrowland Around the World on July 26.
Following relentless speculation during Garrix’s one-hour set and thereafter, STMPD RCRDS confirmed in an Instagram post that its founder had rattled off a grand total of eight unidentified productions during the digital festival’s finale. Although no official names have been attached to the IDs, aside from Jay Hardway and Tom & Jame, the stock could very well include DubVision, TV Noise, Seth Hills, Matisse & Sadko, Julian Jordan and even another Garrix release under Ytram.
All individual tracks can be previewed on the label’s post below. Fans can re-experience Martin Garrix’s Tomorrowland Around the World set for two weeks beginning on July 29.
Featured image: Tomorrowland