Martin Garrix opens new STMPD studio complex

Martin Garrix opens new STMPD studio complex

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Martin Garrix has revealed his newly refurbished STMPD studio complex in the Netherlands. The new facility, which has been under refurbishment for the past three years, has already welcomed the likes of Young Thug, Big Sean, David Guetta and One Republic.

The new complex focusses on a 360 approach, with music, film and advertising all catered across multiple studios, making it “the most advanced studio complex in The Netherlands”. Martin Garrix said: “I’m so incredibly proud of what we have managed to accomplish with the studios. It’s one of my favourite places to be since the atmosphere is like nowhere else.”

The new studio has also been set up with COVID19 protection measures, with equipment being sanitised regularly and social distancing of 1.5m in place throughout the building. Find out more about the STMPD studios here. 

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