Marten Hørger

Marten Hørger Takes Us to ‘Another Dimension’ With New Single


The tension and anticipation build to dangerous levels in Marten Hørger’s newest explosive house single, “Another Dimension,” which will leave you hooked to the addictive drop by the time the second build comes around. The bass-heavy dance floor mover follows “Church,” his collaboration with good friend Neon Steve that dropped on Spinnin’ Records in September and has already seen support from the industry’s biggest DJs including Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Don Diablo, Wax Motif, Oliver Heldens, and Afrojack.

Once a shy boy from the German countryside, Hørger got his start in 2013 when his friends pressured him to release the experimental “LGFU,” a song that was genre ambiguous and he was uncertain about. However, after its release it got picked up by the British broken beat scene and immediately earned him an award for “Producer of the Year“ and “Best Track“ at the Breakspoll Awards in London. The success of that first track propelled him into a massive touring schedule around the world & making a lot of bass-loving friends along the way.

In 2017, Marten set out to do his very own thing yet again and released his hit single “YOU DON’T,” another collaboration with Neon Steve. It became one of the most played festival tracks of the year and marked the start of Marten’s evolution from a hero of the broken beat scene into a house music taste-maker. By now, that once shy country boy has managed to find his very own trademark sound which UK’s DJ Mag simply describes as “The Future.“

Today his music can be heard all over the world: on TV & in cinema, on Radio one, Beats One, Australia’s TripleJ, and being played by some of the world’s biggest DJs. His unique style has earned him record deals with some of the leading underground labels like Spinnin, Tchami’s Confession Records, Insomniac, This Ain’t Bristol, and Punks Music. On top of his steady output of productions, he maintains a global touring schedule of 80-100 Shows per year, including massive festivals like Glastonbury, Burning Man, Shambhala, Fusion Festival, Kazantip, and many more.

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