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Stmpd Rcrds
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Parent companyFUGA Aggregation
Founded4 March 2016 (2016-03-04)
FounderMartin Garrix (Martijn Garritsen)
Distributor(s)FUGA Aggregation
Genre
Country of originNetherlands
LocationAmsterdam, Netherlands
Official websitestmpdrcrds.com

Stmpd Rcrds (stylised in all caps; pronounced "stamped records") is a Dutch electronic dance music record label owned by record producer Martin Garrix, who founded the label on 4 March 2016.[1][2][3]

History[edit]

Martin Garrix announced the creation of Stmpd through a Dutch TV show and his YouTube miniseries, The Martin Garrix Show,[4] following his departure from Spinnin' Records and MusicAllStars Management in 2015.[5][6] He stated this was the result of music rights disagreements with Spinnin'.[7][8][9]

The name of the label refers to stamps, and was inspired by his father's stamp auctioning company.[10][11]

Garrix released the first song on the label, "Now That I've Found You", featuring vocals from John Martin and Michel Zitron on 11 March 2016.[5][12][13] The original instrumental was dubbed "Don't Crack Under Pressure" by fans, after it was used in a commercial for TAG Heuer featuring Garrix himself jumping into the sea and promoting the waterproof abilities of their watches.[14] The melody of the song was originally created by Garrix during Dancefair in April 2015, and was notably later played during his closing set of Sziget Festival.[15]

To celebrate the launch of the new label, Garrix hosted a party at STORY Nightclub with "Chris Maillé" on 18 March 2016, after he closed the mainstage of Ultra Music Festival Miami.[16]

Artists[edit]

References[edit]

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