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Martin Garrix & Blinders ‘Breach’ Is Good for Halloween 2018

“Breach (Walk Alone)” by Martin Garrix and Blinders is a dark progressive house track from the impending Plus EP out this week.

Martin Garrix and Blinders released “Breach (Walk Alone)” with a scary music video that takes place in a warehouse. Garrix is there with no shirt on, and so are some people playing 3D video games. The track has a dark sound that would be good for Halloween, but is still stadium house music.

Blinders is another progressive house DJ in his early 20’s. But he has blonde hair, and doesn’t list a hometown on his social media. He is signed to Garrix’s label Stmpd Records.

The five-track EP is being dropped all this week to coincide with Amsterdam Dance Event. Except Garrix mentions on his official Instagram account that it already leaked. He looks quite nonplussed.


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besides the fact that every single surprise upcoming week got leaked I’m still STOOOKED to share it with you guys ahah

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Representatives already posted Plus EP on Wikipedia, which is just good marketing. According to Sony Music, “Details of the releases were initially leaked and thought to be rumours based off Garrix’s website being updated, until Garrix confirmed the details through his Twitter.”

Plus EP Track List:

1. “Breach (Walk Alone)” w/ Blinders
2. “Yottabyte”
3. “Latency” w/ Dyro
4. “Access”
5. “Waiting for Tomorrow” w/ Pierce Fulton ft Mike

Garrix will drop one track every day this week culminating in the release of the EP on October 19, 2018 via Stmpd Records, a division of Sony Music, a division of Sony Corporation.

Stream and/or download “Breach (Walk Alone)” by Martin Garrix and Blinders from your music provider of choice. And pre-order Plus EP while you still can!

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.