After the announcement of the return of the Martin Garrix show last week, the first episode of season 5 is finally here and we at UFO Network couldn’t be more excited!
The first episode of this season provides a 23-minute long inside look into the creative process of Garrix’s debut album with AREA21. It takes the viewer back to 2016 where the journey of AREA21 started for both Garrix and Maejor, lets you experience studio sessions like you are in the room with them, and ends with their first-ever live performance at EDC Las Vegas.
Stay tuned for episode 2 which is set to be released next month and features a look inside Garrix’s first live shows in almost two years after the pandemic.
The Martin Garrix Show has been an ongoing staple in the career of Garrix for the past 7 years. The YouTube docu-series takes the viewer on his extraordinary journey, giving an exclusive and personal look into his life and career.
“I’d like to make a little difference in this world and hope I can inspire others to do the same.” – Martin Garrix
Watch Episode 1 of Season 5 on YouTube
Martin Garrix – the name that belongs to one of the youngest and most successful DJ’s/producers championing the pop and electronic scene. Garrix has taken his expertise across the globe, by headlining festivals, breaking through territories, and collaborating with major stars including Dua Lipa, Khalid and Bono, and The Edge. Climbing yet another rung of his ladder to stardom, he is a founder of his very own label (STMPD RCRDS), owner of a studio complex in Amsterdam, and a mentor to upcoming artists.
Now in his mid-twenties, multiple years into a career that began by debuting the single ‘Animals’ back in 2013. The invigorating, dance-floor stomper soared to the top of the charts worldwide, ultimately altering the status of what would be considered popular music. Continuing his voyage to conquer the mainstream catchment area over the years, Garrix has become responsible for providing us with infectious and anthemic dance and pop records alongside a string of memorable collaborations.
‘In The Name Of Love’ with Bebe Rexha, ‘Scared To Be Lonely’ with Dua Lipa, ‘Ocean’ with Khalid, ‘Summer Days’ with Macklemore and Patrick Stump, and ‘We Are The People’ with Bono and The Edge. There’s no doubt that this ability to reinvent his brand and fearlessly experiment with his sound is an undeniable testament to his talent and longevity, ultimately driving his legendary narrative even further.
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