Life Appeal postponed between record company and Martin Garrix By weekster Posted on September 3, 2019 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The verdict in the appeal between Martin Garrix and his former record label Spinnin ‘Records and management Music Allstars (MAS) is still awaiting. The court of appeal would rule on September 10 about the case, but that has been postponed, a spokesperson for the Arnhem-Leeuwarden Court of Justice reports. The DJ went to court in 2017 because he felt he was being misled by the two companies when signing his first record deal. He was forced to transfer his music rights at the age of 16, with no experience in the music industry. Eelko van Kooten was also the director of both companies at the time, and according to Martijn Garritsen, as Garrix really is called, there was a conflict of interest. The judge agreed with the 23-year-old DJ and all contracts between the three parties were dissolved. He also got hold of the rights to his own produced songs. Spinnin ‘Records and MAS then appealed. They stated that an image was wrongly sketched that the artist was ‘taken over’.