Martin Garrix has been making some big moves this year like putting out "In The Name Of Love" with Bebe Rexha and launching his own record label STMPD RCRDS. That may all pale in comparison to what he has in store for the upcoming Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) in the next week. The "Lions In The Wild" producer will premiere seven new songs over the course of the week at ADE, starting tomorrow.
The tracks will be a collection of various IDs that have appeared in his live sets over the year. Some will include some collaborations with a wide range of artists.
"Releasing these 7 tracks is my way of saying thank you for the ongoing support from my fans. I can't say it enough," says Garrix in a statement. "I wouldn't be where I am today without you guys! Hope you'll enjoy each and every track that will be up uploaded the coming 7 days."
A press release does not give any additional details as to who these collaborations might be with - producers or vocalists, but a mix of the two would be a fair guess given the evolving nature of his music.
All of the songs will be released through his own STMPD RCRDS imprint.
In addition to the new music, he teamed up with seven visual artists who created their own interpretation of each song in the form of a painting that became the final track artwork. Fans will be able to see time lapses of the artists at work each day on Garrix's YouTube.
The first song will be unveiled tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 15. The next six songs will be unveiled throughout the week during ADE. So stay tuned to Garrix's socials and his SoundCloud / YouTube for updates.