He surfed the Dutch canals during the sunrise and, thanks to the Reddit user u/itsjustin206 we have an idea of the route taken. They started from Warmond all the way to Huigsloot to end the journey in the dock of Koppoel. In the end, a special show with a guy wearing a water jet pack took place.
From this moment you’ll hear the first-ever never-played-before tune. It’s Matt Nash IDbu, as you may imagine, it’s still no official. A catchy male vocal on top of an incredible futuristic-electronic main synth, a musical style that could fit Matt Nash one. Rapidly after, probably one of the most hyped ID of the set; it’s supposed to be the brand new Matisse & Sadko new single as it features hard and energetic beats with electrified synths and that rhythm typical of the duo. A track you really need to hear.
For the next 15 minutes, Martin played a series of his beloved tunes as No Sleep, Forever, Together, and so on. At the 45th minute, he premiered what it seems to be an upcoming Bleu Clair tune on STMPD. Uptempo beats with a chill vocal is the perfect sound for the upcoming season. It’s almost time to come back to the harbor but we have still time for some other exclusives; this is Dubvision’s new incredible progressive house gem, another song supposed to come out on STMPD on the next weeks or months.
Martin closed his set with his remix for Roy GatesMidnight Sun 2.0; a remix produced in 2012 way before his worldwide rise but still a gem we loved to hear.