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You don’t need us to remind you that Holland is looking pretty stellar as far as its contributions to the dance music industry are concerned. Maybe it was something in the water, but even the kids are giving its fair share of veterans a run for their money. Returning to Spinnin’ Records, Dutch youngsters Martin Garrix and TV Noise combine forces for ‘Just Some Loops’. Turning their heads for the heavier side of dance music yet again, ‘Just Some Loops’ sees the trio showcase a mixture of wobbly electro house and melodic interludes.

Out May 31st.

On the heels of the successful release of ‘Torrent‘, his debut release on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom Records, aspiring Dutch producer Martin Garrix returns to Spinnin’ Records to release his new collaborative effort alongside homeland peer Jay Hardway in ‘Error 404′.

In a blend of poignant melodic stylings and slick, minimalistic drops that plays perfectly into the imprint’s new age club stronghold, ‘Error 404′ sets itself apart from the hordes of Electro-savvy Miami contenders with festival-friendly stamina.

Out now on Beatport

Now scaling the states with his pitch-pervading arsenal of hard-hitting gems, Sidney Samson returns with ‘Torrent’ alongside Spinnin’ Records-endorsed homeland contender Martin Garrix.

In a less bleep-happy manner than that of latest solo release ‘Get Low’, ‘Torrent’ sees Samson match his grinding backdrop and piercing lead play with the melodic guise of Garrix to shine a proud light for festival-friendly dance music done right.

Out now on Beatport

On the heels of the release date announcement for ‘Torrent’, his debut release on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom Records, Martin Garrix returns to Spinnin’ Records to unveil his new collaborative effort alongside homeland peer Jay Hardway titled ‘Error 404′.

In a blend of poignant melodic stylings and slick, minimalistic drops that plays perfectly into the imprint’s new age club stronghold, ‘Error 404′ sets itself apart from the hordes of Electro-savvy Miami contenders with festival-friendly stamina.

Out March 18th on Doorn Records.

Now scaling the states with his pitch-pervading arsenal of hard-hitting gems, Sidney Samson returns with ‘Torrent’ alongside Spinnin’ Records-endorsed homeland contender Martin Garrix.

In a less bleep-happy manner than that of latest solo release ‘Get Low’, ‘Torrent’ sees Samson match his grinding backdrop and piercing lead play with the melodic guise of Garrix to shine a proud light for festival-friendly dance music done right.

Out on February 19th via Musical Freedom.

There is little denying the abundance of young talent on the beat where European Dance music is concerned. Case in hand, 16-year-old Doorn protégé Julian Jordan unites with homeland peer Martin Garrix for a hotly tipped new release on Spinnin Records.

Already given a test by Pete Tong, ‘BFAM’ unites tough Electro edge and melodic progressions with considerable persuasion for such a young collaborative force. Dealing softly focused synths and uplifting pads from the outset, the tracks apex proves a grinding and mechanical get-up that echoes the energy of Dutch House music without bowing to its more oversubscribed hallmarks. Dropping at the final leg of a year that has screamed promise for both junior contenders, ‘BFAM’ is a strong nod to the quality Holland’s new school stars have brought to the equation of late.

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