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Martin Garrix, Justin Mylo, Mesto Share Bouncy Bob As Free Download

by Ryan Middleton   Dec 31, 2015 11:05 AM EST

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Martin Garrix is also in the giving spirit this New Year's Eve and has decided to let loose his long awaited house ID, "Bouncybob" featuring Dutch newcomers Justin Mylo and Mesto for free.

The track is much different than what fans have heard from the Dutchman. Normally known for his mainstage anthems like "Dragon," "Animals" and "Tremor" that range from the melodic to thundering beats, "Bouncybob" heads straight to the club taking a page out of his friend Oliver Heldens' book with a heavy dose of "future house."

The track kicks off with a jogging bassline, while hinting at the main melody to come. This is where Garrix's world will collide head on with the clubbier world of house, which has been one of the byproducts of the "future house" movement. In the break, Garrix breaks out one of his larger-than-life mainstage melodies, before setting up the drop with a snare roll that crescendos in a simple, quirky and pitched up synth lead over the jogging bass line.

Garrix commented on the song and the hype that has built since he first premiered it at Ultra Music Festival in Miami earlier this year.

"Ever since I premiered this at Ultra, I've played this track in every one of my sets. It's become a true essential. Was such a blast working with Justin Mylo and Mesto, two of the most talented up and comers in the scene. Happy New Year everyone!"

This is the second free release from Martin Garrix ever since the battle over his music with Spinnin' Records became public. He marked another big party holiday, Halloween to release the free release of his single "Poison."

Stream the full song on SoundCloud below and pick download a copy via his website.

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