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Todd Helder Drops His Remix Of Martin Garrix And Khalid’s ‘Ocean’ Ahead Of Tomorrowland Debut

Ahead of his Tomorrowland debut this weekend, Todd Helder returns to Martin Garrix’s illustrious STMPD label, delivering his re-work of Garrix and Khalid’s huge collaboration ‘Ocean’ – available to purchase or stream now.


Turning his hand to one of the hottest hits of the summer, Todd once again stamps his signature flare on the cut. Laying an addictively brooding bass line beneath Khalid’s romantic vocals, Todd builds, allowing the sound to breathe before dropping into infectious stab synths and vocal chopped progressions. Nodding to his passion for gaming, he subtly decorates with chiming synths before reaffirming the dark undertones of the bass.

Serving a taster of his unique and fresh approach to production, which entails a hot fusion of trap, instrumental hip hop and EDM, Todd recently dropped his Trap Nation production ‘Pixel Love’. Receiving quick praise for boldly blurring the lines between seemingly contrasting genres, this hyper-talented newcomer is committed to offering a fresh perspective on electronic music.

Last Thursday marked the first of many Ushuaïa shows for Todd who is supporting Martin Garrix at the iconic White Isle venue all summer long and after a standout first performance, he is already making is mark on the industry. Just six months on from his first release, Todd is now readying himself for a debut Tomorrowland performance, dubbing him the frontman for the next generation of electronic artists.

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