Martin Garrix & Afrojack Bring More Big Room House?


Guess what folks? Spinnin’ has taken yet another DJ, Afrojack, and paired them with the infamous Martin Garrix. Whats the catch? The track has to be big room house of course. Presto! “Turn Up The Speakers” is the latest hit in Martin Garrix’s line of singles.

Before this article gets off track, I would like to say that I for one am a fan of this song. While I do listen to other genres, there is something about big room house that is great to rage to at festivals. Just me? Well don’t hate the writer.

“Turn Up The Speakers” while catchy, has a very generic formula that many fans see now-a-days in big room house. It has the build up, drop word, and preceding tune to make fans go wild and crazy.


For one, I cannot wait to see this track live. I expect it to be a little too loud; almost to the point where I should probably wear ear plugs. There is something about tracks like this, that really get the crowd going.

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Crazy how Martin Garrix continues to partner with so many fellow DJs. I guess it would be fun to create music with your closest friends. Seems like Martin Garrix fans can assume he will continue to release a single, collaborated with another artist, ever few months or so. Why wouldn’t the guy? He sure seems to be making a lot of money.


While many fans continue to support Martin Garrix and big room house, there are other who are less convinced that it is an art.

Related: Fan Of Martin Garrix? Listen To Every Song At Once

Me? I’ll get down to these dirty beats any day, just knowing I won’t be listening to them at home. Which ever side you’re on, take a listen and enjoy.

Afrojack & Martin Garrix – Turn Up The Speakers

Are you a lover or a hater of big room house? Comment below!

Travis Quick

Travis Quick

Travis Quick graduated from the University of Washington Foster Business School. While his top artists include Madeon, Hardwell and Adventure Club; his true passion is Trap! Travis loves to travel. While on the road, he makes sure to stop by local festivals and shows, however, his heart resides in the Pacific Northwest.
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