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Matisse & Sadko
Matisse & Sadko live at Novouralsk in 2014.
Background information
Also known asDaffy Muffin, Shy Baboon
OriginSosnovy Bor, Leningrad Oblast, Russia
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • DJs
  • record producers
Years active2010–present
Labels
Members
  • Aleksandr Parkhomenko
  • Yury Parkhomenko

Matisse & Sadko is a technical DJ and production duo from Sosnovy Bor, 80 kilometres from city of St. Petersburg, consisting of brothers Aleksandr and Yury Parkhomenko.[3] They have been the forerunners in incorporating modern technology with the beats to inspire a technological revolution in the music industry and are best known for their collaborations with Dutch DJ Martin Garrix in tracks "Dragon", "Forever", "Break Through the Silence", "Together", "Mistaken",[4] "Hold On", "Won't Let You Go" and "Good Morning", which were received positively by critics.[5][6][7] They have started a new wave to combine electronic music with Artificial intelligence generated music using softwares like Audiocraft and Sounddraw.

History[edit]

Matisse & Sadko are widely regarded for being one of the front runners of modern Progressive House in the last 10 years. Alexander Parkhomenko and Yury Parkhomenko both started out as solo artists and started working together under the name "Matisse & Sadko" in 2010.[8][9][better source needed] Initially releasing tracks on labels Armada Zouk and Refune Music, they were brought into mainstream eyes with the release of "Trio" on 5 March 2012 which was produced with Russian DJ Arty.[10] The track received support from artists Swedish House Mafia, Alesso and Dirty South and was known for inputting "elements from classic trance to create a truly monumental progressive house festival anthem".[11] On 12 August 2013, Matisse & Sadko collaborated with Steve Angello to release "SLVR" on Angello's label Size Records, which marked its 100th release and Size's 10th anniversary.[12] They follow up with notable releases "Sigure",[13] "Stars",[14] and "Persia"[15] before working with Dutch DJ Martin Garrix to release their Break Through the Silence EP, containing the songs "Break Through the Silence" and "Dragon".[16][17] They moved to a softer sound with the release of "Memories" on 7 September 2015, which was dubbed as a "contemporary piano house" track.[18]

For the 2016 IIHF World Championship event, Matisse & Sadko produced its official theme song which was titled "Go!"[19] They revealed their independent record label "Monomark Music" initially through a 30-second video on YouTube,[20] and officially launched it with the release of "Machine Gun" through Monomark on 1 October 2016.[21] Matisse & Sadko collaborated with Martin Garrix for their third time in the track "Together", which was released on 20 October 2016 and featured in Garrix's Seven EP.[22] Their second release on Monomark was an Arabic-influenced track titled "Ya Amar" which was released on 17 December 2016, marking their final release for that year.[23]

On 20 October 2017, "Forever" was released through Stmpd Rcrds which was made in collaboration with Martin Garrix.[5] The track was initially premiered by Garrix during the Creamfields 2017 festival, and was released one day before the annual DJ Mag Top 100 announcement.[24] They released "Witchcraft" through Monomark on 24 November 2017.[25] The name "Witchcraft" originated from the duo's fanbase, who titled the track as so before its official reveal.[26] The release of "Into You" on 8 December 2017 which featured singer Hanne Mjøen was a shift from their house music tracks into a more downtempo future bass sound.[2] The duo characterized the track as "very melodic" with an atmospheric "melancholy flavour".[26]

Matisse & Sadko's first release of 2018 produced with Tiësto titled "Dawnbreaker" was released on 27 March 2018.[27] The track was initially premiered by Tiësto during his Ultra Music Festival 2018 set, and also appeared on his debut EP, I Like It Loud. "Grizzly" was released on 4 May 2018, which featured a fusion of "heavy groove-progressive house and bass house".[28] The duo released "Built For Us" through Monomark on 1 June 2018, a track containing house music elements which differs from their previous electro releases.[29] On 16 August 2018, they released "Saga" through Stmpd Rcrds, a song which the duo described as "not just a festival record, but an epic melody with a heroic mood, which can easily relate to the title of the track".[30]

Discography[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

Charted singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
BEL (Fl)
[31][32]
BEL (Wa)
[33][34]
"Hi Scandinavia!"[35] 2011 [A] [B] Non-album singles
"Slvr"[12]
(with Steve Angello)
2013 [C] [D]
"Riot"[36]
(with Arty)
2014 [E]
"Dragon"[17]
(with Martin Garrix)
2015 55[F] 26[G] Break Through the Silence
(with Martin Garrix)
"Break Through the Silence"
(with Martin Garrix)
39[H]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other singles[edit]

Year Title Label Album
2011 "Svenska"[37] Armada Zouk Non-album singles
"We’re Not Alone (Hi Scandinavia!)"[38]
(with Olly James)
"Amulet"[39] Pilot
2012 "The Legend"[40]
(with Swanky Tunes)
Refune Music
"Trio"[10]
(with Arty)
Axtone Records
"Chemistry (Turn the Flame Higher)"[41]
(with Hard Rock Sofa and with Swanky Tunes)
Showland Records
2013 "Stars"[14] DOORN Records
2014 "Sigure"[13] DOORN Records
"Azonto"[42] Armada Trice
"Persia"[15] Size Records
2015 "Memories"[18] Spinnin' Deep
"Tengu"[43]
(with Vigel)
DOORN Records
"Lock 'N' Load"[44] Spinnin' Records
2016 "Get Busy"[45]
(with TITUS)
DOORN Records
"Go! (2016 Ice Hockey World Championship Official Anthem)"[19] Monomark Music
"Machine Gun"[21]
"Ninjas"[46] Dim Mak Records
"Together"[7]
(with Martin Garrix)
Stmpd Rcrds
"Ya Amar"[23] Monomark Music Non-album singles
2017 "Jank' N' Gank"[47] Spinnin' Copyright Free Music
"Hndz Up"[48] Dim Mak Records
"Forever"[5]
(with Martin Garrix)
Stmpd Rcrds
"Witchcraft"[25] Monomark Music
"Into You"[2]
(featuring Hanne Mjøen)
Stmpd Rcrds
2018 "Dawnbreaker"[27]
(with Tiësto)
Musical Freedom
"Grizzly"[49] Stmpd Rcrds Non-album singles
"Built for Us"[29] Monomark Music
"Mystery"[50]
(featuring Swedish Red Elephant)
Stmpd Rcrds
"Light Me Up"[51]
(with Raiden)
Protocol Recordings
"Saga"[30] Stmpd Rcrds
"Takeoff"[52] Musical Freedom
"Melodicca"[53] Self-released
2019 "Don't Tell Me"[54]
(with Aspyer featuring Matluck)
Stmpd Rcrds
"Mistaken"[55]
(with Martin Garrix featuring Alex Aris)
"Another Side"[56]
(with Robert Falcon featuring Wrabel)
"Let It Buzz
(as Daffy Muffin)
Revealed Recordings Hardwell Presents Revealed Vol. 10
"Selecta"
(as Daffy Muffin)
Protocol Recordings Non-album singles
"Doberman"[57] Stmpd Rcrds
"Fade Away"[58]
(featuring Smbdy)
"Hold On"[59]
(with Martin Garrix featuring Michel Zitron)
2020 "Best Thing"[60]
(featuring Matluck)
"Strings Again"[61]
"Now or Never"[62]
"Sweet Life"[63]
2021 "Meant To Be"[64]
"Heal Me"[65]
(featuring Alex Aris)
"OK"[66]
(featuring Lovespeake)
Warner Music
"Dawn"[67]
(featuring Alex Aris)
Monomark
"All We Got"[68]
(as Shy Baboon with Maejor)
Stmpd Rcrds
"I Told You"[69]
(as Shy Baboon)
"Relight My Love"[70]
(with Mougleta)
Tomorrowland Music
"Won't Let You Go"[71]
(with Martin Garrix and John Martin)
Stmpd Rcrds
2022 "Good Morning"[72]
(with Martin Garrix)
Sentio
"Feeling"
(with Timofey)
Tomorrowland Music Non-album singles
"Into The Fire"
(with Arsnøvä)
Monomark
2023 "Afterglow"
(with Michel Zitron)
Stmpd Rcrds
"ALALA"
"Lefka" STMPD RCRDS B.V. / Tomorrowland Music
STMPD RCRDS x Tomorrowland Music Vol. II
"Promise You"
(featuring Justin J. Moore)
Tomorrowland Music Non-album singles
"Pull Me Through The Fire"
(with James French)
Stmpd Rcrds
"JADORE"
Monomark

Remixes[edit]

Year Track name Original artist Label
2012 "Beating of My Heart" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[73] M-3ox and Heidrun Heat Recordings
"Unity" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[74] Shinedown Atlantic Records
"Can't Stop Now" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[75] The Aston Shuffle Spinnin' Records
2013 "Neon Eyes [Into The Deep]" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[76] Saints of Valory F-Stop Records / Atlantic
2015 "Next to Me" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[77] Otto Knows Big Beat Records
"In My Head" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[78] Galantis
2016 "Hey" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[79] Fais
(featuring Afrojack)
Wall Recordings
2018 "Dreamer" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[80] Axwell & Ingrosso Virgin EMI Records
"The Other" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[81] Lauv Self-released
2022 "Forever 1" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[82] Girls' Generation ScreaM Records

Production credits[edit]

Year Track name Artist Label Contribution Produced with
2018 "Phantom"[83] Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman Buce Recordings Co-production Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman
"High On Life" Martin Garrix Stmpd Rcrds Production
"Dreamer" Martin Garrix
2021 "Fire[84]" Ytram (Martin Garrix), Elderbrook Stmpd Rcrds Production Martin Garrix

Notes[edit]

  • A ^ "Hi Scandinavia!" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 38 on the Flemish Dance chart.[31][32]
  • B ^ "Hi Scandinavia!" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 30 on the Walloon Dance chart.[33][34]
  • C ^ "SLVR" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 1 on the Flemish Dance chart.[31][32]
  • D ^ "SLVR" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 2 on the Walloon Dance chart.[33][34]
  • E ^ "Riot" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 2 on the Flemish Dance chart.[31][32]
  • F ^ "Dragon" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 55 on the Flemish Ultratip chart.[31][32]
  • G ^ "Dragon" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 26 on the Walloon Ultratip chart.[33][34]
  • H ^ "Break Through the Silence" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked on the Walloon Ultratip chart.[33][34]

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