Martin Garrix Teases New Single, Unveils Own Label [TRAILER]
After a long messy split with Spinnin' Records and MusicAllstars Management, Martin Garrix announced during an interview that he would be starting his own imprint, saying "The label is coming, it’s my own label... I want different genres, not just one."
In a big announcement, the young Dutch prodigy introduced his label, STMPD RCRDS, to the world during his radio show. The label will celebrate its launch with a showcase at Story in Miami during the Winter Music Conference where Garrix will be joined by friends Arty, Jay Hardway, Julian JOrdan, Matisse & Sadko and surprise guests.
"My aim with STMPD RCRDS is to foster an artist first community to support great music. It's important for young, undiscovered talent and veterans alike to have a support system that is invested in and dedicated to their success above all else," said Martin Garrix.
The unveiling of the imprint came with a trailer teasing the first release, Martin Garrix's new single "Now That I've Found You" featuring John & Michel. What began as an instrumental called "Don't Crack Under Pressure" is now a track that is hyping fans up for the upcoming album even more as it blends John & Michel's indie style vocals with powerful piano chords and strings.
The track will officially release on March 11th via STMPD RCRDS. Check out the trailer below, and then enter to win Martin Garrix merchandise or a grand prize of two 3-day passes to meet Garrix and see his closing performance at Ultra Music Festival.
I'm a storyteller at heart, and music makes my world go round.