Matisse & Sadko

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Matisse & Sadko
OriginSosnovy Bor, Leningrad Oblast, Russia
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • DJ
  • record producer
Years active2010–present
Labels
Associated acts
Members
  • Alexander Parkhomenko
  • Yury Parkhomenko

Matisse & Sadko is a Russian DJ and production duo from St. Petersburg, consisting of brothers Alexander and Yury Parkhomenko.[3] They are best known for their collaborations with Dutch DJ Martin Garrix in tracks "Dragon", "Forever", "Break Through the Silence", "Together", and "Mistaken"[4] which were received positively by critics.[5][6][7]

History[edit]

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"[16]
(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

Remixes[edit]

Year Track name Original artist Label
2012 "Beating of My Heart" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[58] M-3ox and Heidrun Heat Recordings
"Unity" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[59] Shinedown Atlantic Records
"Can't Stop Now" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[60] The Aston Shuffle Spinnin' Records
2013 "Neon Eyes [Into The Deep]" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[61] Saints of Valory F-Stop Records / Atlantic
2015 "Next to Me" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[62] Otto Knows Big Beat Records
"In My Head" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[63] Galantis
2016 "Hey" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[64] Fais
(featuring Afrojack)
Wall Recordings
2018 "Dreamer" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[65] Axwell & Ingrosso Virgin EMI Records
"The Other" (Matisse & Sadko Remix)[66] Lauv Self-released

Production credits[edit]

Year Track name Artist Label Contribution Produced with
2018 "Phantom"[67] Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman Buce Recordings Co-production Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman
"High On Life" Martin Garrix STMPD RCRDS Production
"Dreamer" 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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