Dutch star Martin Garrix has revealed he sees similarities between DJing and extreme sports.
Martin Garrix sees similarities between DJing and extreme sports.
The 21-year-old Dutch DJ is set to perform an event surrounding the X Games later this month, and he's spoken of the parallels he can see between the two disciplines.
Martin explained: ''Even though [DJing and extreme sports] are two completely different things, they both have the dedication in common - I think both jobs require giving up certain things in your daily life in order to accomplish things in your career.
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Martin Garrix seen on the Red Carpet for Capital's 2016 Jingle Bell Ball sponsored by Coca-Cola and held at London's O2 Arena. The second night of the sell-out event saw performances from many chart-topping megastars - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 4th December 2016
Martin Garrix arriving at the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) held at the Ahoy Rotterdam, Netherlands - Sunday 6th November 2016
DJ Martin Garrix seen entering the iHeartRadio Music Festival held at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Friday 23rd September 2016
Martin Garrix - Capital FM Summertime Ball - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 6th June 2015
Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger were amongst the guests at a new club opening in Los Angeles on Thursday (15th January) and sources claim they were looking like a couple "very much in love."
Patrick Schwarzenegger and Miley Cryus appeared "very much in love" whilst attending an L.A. club opening.
There's been ups and downs, but Ultra Music Festival turned out another year of unforgettable musical energy.
Ultra Music Festival turned out to be a bit of a rollercoaster of a weekend for everyone this year but, as usual, it's been three days of some of the most explosive electronic acts of our generation.
It was a terribly disappointing moment for festival goers (and, indeed, viewers; those who were viewing it live online) when it was announced that Saturday's main stage headliner Avicii would not make it to Miami for his set after being hospitalised earlier in the week for an emergency operation. However, that initial fan frustration was greatly eased by the arrival of Deadmau5, who took the Swedish DJ's place to much delightful surprise. Further entertainment came with some eagerly anticipated headline sets from Tiesto and Hardwell on the Friday and Sunday respectively.
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