STMPD RCRDS Puts a Bow on 2020 with Their Annual Mixtape

STMPD RCRDS Mixtape 2020

STMPD RCRDS is celebrating the end of the year with their annual mixtape that showcases the tunes that graced the label throughout 2020!

Even though this year hasn’t gone according to plan, it hasn’t stopped Martin Garrix and STMPD RCRDS from pressing on with their mission of delivering electric beats to dance music lovers around the world. Now, as the final hours of 2020 tick away, the STMPD RCRDS team is looking back on the massive year of releases that have landed on the label with the release of STMPD RCRDS Mixtape 2020.

Much akin to previous editions, STMPD RCRDS Mixtape 2020 highlights the finest tracks that have found a home on the imprint. This year’s mixtape clocks in at over 40 tracks from 50 artists that include everyone from 3LAU and Julian Jordan to TV Noise & Dillon Francis and WILL K.

In true mixtape fashion, it’s also broken into two sides, and each is filled to the brim with some standout tunes. Side A brings forth songs including Matt Nash’s “Lose It All,” Julian Jordan’s “Nobody Knows,” and Syn Cole’s “Rush,” while Side B kicks it up a notch with Sidney Samson & Killfake’s “Your Way,” Moksi’s “Fade Away,” and Bart B More’s “Round & Round.” It’s an absolute feast of epic beats that anyone who misses those mainstage festival vibes will surely be gravitating to.

Listen to Side A and Side B of the STMPD RCRDS Mixtape 2020 on Spotify or your preferred platform, and let us know which tunes from Martin Garrix and his label’s family you loved the most this year!

Stream STMPD RCRDS Mixtape 2020 – Side A on YouTube:

Stream STMPD RCRDS Mixtape 2020 – Side B on YouTube:

STMPD RCRDS Mixtape 2020 – Tracklist:

Side A

  1. Matt Nash – Lose It All
  2. Zonderling & NØ SIGNE – Clouds
  3. Brooks & Julian Jordan – Without You
  4. 3LAU – Apocalyptic
  5. Julian Jordan – Badboy (feat. TITUS)
  6. Seth Hills – Void
  7. Dyro & Julian Calor – Warp Speed
  8. Blinders – Side 2 Side (SWACQ Edit)
  9. Blinders & Cesqeaux – Go Back (To The Oldschool)
  10. Brooks – Say A Little Prayer (feat. Gia Koka)
  11. Matisse & Sadko – Now or Never
  12. Florian Picasso & GRX – Restart Your Heart
  13. Syn Cole – Rush
  14. Matisse & Sadko – Best Thing (feat. Matluck)
  15. Justin Mylo – Still Around (feat. SMBDY)
  16. DubVision – Sign
  17. Aspyer – Saving Grace (feat. Madison Rose)
  18. DubVision & Pontifexx – Stand By You
  19. Julian Jordan – Nobody Knows (feat. Feldz)
  20. Pontifexx, Düncan, 2STRANGE, Cammie Robinson – Rhythm In Me
  21. Osrin – Left To Try (feat. WILHELM)
  22. EAUXMAR – Nostalgia
  23. CMC$ & Asher Angel – Nobody But You
  24. Cesqeaux & Todd Helder – NASA
  25. TV Noise & Dillon Francis – Booty Bust

Side B

  1. Bleu Clair – Need U
  2. CAZZETTE & Galluxy – Back & Forth
  3. Josh Charm – Riot
  4. LOOPERS – Fire & Rain (feat. IYONA)
  5. Chew Fu & Bootsy Collins feat. Rev. Al Sharpton – JB’s The Man (FRATTA Remix)
  6. Sidney Samson & Killfake – Your Way
  7. Silque – Not Lovin’ It (feat. Alex Hosking)
  8. The Subculture – Alive (feat. Nikki Ambers)
  9. WILL K – Take It Off
  10. Zuffo & R.Braga – In Love
  11. Bart B More – Round & Round (feat. Alex Hosking)
  12. Chemical Surf – El Tiempo
  13. DJ DLG – Love
  14. Rogerseventytwo – Artificial Love (feat. Abee)
  15. Arno Cost & Norman Doray – One Night
  16. Infuze – Appropriate Measures
  17. Moksi – Fade Away (feat. Haj)
  18. NUZB – No Rush
  19. Bleu Clair & Ytram – Make You Mine (feat. RA)
  20. Corey James & GVN – You
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