The newest release from Spinnin’ Records is the explosive “Atom” from Spotify sensation Madison Mars, and we guarantee you’ll soon be hearing it everywhere from the club to the festival stages. “Atom” is out on Spinnin’ Records, though fans may recognize him from his immense success with his Spotify releases; Madison has become a viral phenomenon on Spotify, where his first release “Milky Way” got over 17 million plays in just over a year, and where he continues to garner around a million listeners every month. “Atom” may sound uncannily familiar to fans of Martin Garrix, who has been dropping it in his festival and club sets – including Ultra Europe and Tomorrowland – for the last couple of months. The track also made an impression on Hardwell, who quoted it as being “the best track I’ve heard in 2017 so far,” placing Madison Mars into official rising star territory. It’s not hard to figure out why – “Atom” possesses the same epic, larger-than-life essence as classic tracks like “Spaceman” and “Animal,” the kind of song that’s an instant fan-favorite and will drive crowds into a frenzy even years after its release.
Madison Mars has been a man of mystery for much of his namesake’s career; this particular musical astronaut maintained a clandestine aura for the first year of his existence. Fans and industry members alike were left to wonder in awe who Madison Mars was as they listened to hit after hit on Spotify, as Marsnever released any photos of himself online or played any live performances. In an unexpected turn of events, Madison Mars revealed his identity during his very first thrilling live performance with Don Diabloat the Amsterdam Dance Event in 2016. In addition to the overwhelming success of his Spotify releases, he also produced hit remixes for Hardwell and Martin Garrix this year as well as for Galantis, Jess Glynne, Sam Feldt and more last year. Now, Madison Mars joining the Spinnin’ Records family signifies a new chapter in his musical journey – and this book is one that is only getting better. Stay tuned for Mars‘s upcoming releases and EP in the coming months.