Critics have claimed that Martin Garrix’s new track, “Byte,” marks his return to dance music. After releasing “Scared To Be Lonely” and “In The Name Of Love,” considered by many to be decisively pop music, Garrix’s “Byte” features a return to his classic big room house sound that had originally brought the young producer world recognition — his original, “Animals,” released at 17-years-old, led him to become the youngest producer to ever have a song reach number one on the electronic music store Beatport.

With his success at an all time high, Garrix returning to his roots seems like a power move for the Dutch superstar, as his signature sound featured in throwback tracks such as “Proxy” and “Wizard” has been a fan favorite across the world. “Byte” showcases a thrilling harmonic bass line, a charming melody, and of course, that famous Garrix drop that makes dancing irresistible. From first captivating fans several years ago with his revolutionary big room sound to producing tracks that went platinum, there is no doubt that, with his potential, Martin Garrix’s best tracks are yet to come.

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