Ytram serves up ‘Fire’ with Elderbrook

‘Fire’ got its premiere almost a month ago when Martin Garrix closed the mainstage of the virtual Tomorrowland Around The World edition and played this brand new track. The exciting ID set tongues wagging right away, with some of his closest fans immediately recognizing the new Ytram sound. ‘Fire’ explores the many different layers both artists have to them, and Elderbrook’s mesmerizing vocals make for a perfect combination with Ytram’s deeper house sounds. 


Higher Ground DubVision remix

DubVision’s remix of Martin Garrix’s collaboration with John Martin was exclusively available on Amazon the last couple of weeks, but now it’s finally out for everyone to hear. 

Todd Helder – Feel Alive

Todd Helder’s brand new release ‘Feel Alive’ actually finds its inspiration in one of his earlier STMPD releases ‘Talking About Me’. ‘Feel Alive’ focuses on going through tough times, but managing to find your way back up again. It makes for an inspirational and hopeful track that’s fitting for the year 2020 has been so far. With this new track Helder proves once again that he has been called the future of electronic music for a reason.

Sikdope & Ibranovski – Monster

Sikdope & Ibranovski were going back and forth about a collaboration for a while, but locked down their idea once quarantine started at the beginning of the year. Working from Poland and The Netherlands, ‘Monster’ was born soon after. The track is a great reflection of both artists’ signature sounds combined, while the vocal sample gives it that little bit extra. With Sikdope gravitating towards house music lately, the idea behind ‘Monster’ was to create a 128 BPM house track that’s fitting for both festivals and radio.

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