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Tiësto is no stranger to fitting various types of music for the main stage, and his latest remix is no exception. In the same vein as his rendition of "Tough Love" featuring Agnes by the late Avicii, he's delivered a big room version of Martin Garrix's "Summer Days" featuring Macklemore and Patrick Stump.

The original mix included funk-infused instrumentals that set it apart from much of Martin Garrix's festival-ready discography. Tiësto (real name Tijs Verwest) made for a worthy candidate to swap them out for trumpeting synths and thunderous kick drums being that he played no small part in putting his young protegé on the map.

Martin Garrix (real name Martijn Garritsen) has seen a rough patch recently, what with an ankle injury derailing his tour schedule. After a successful surgery, however, he has announced that he will resume gigging.

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