Justin Martin makes his triumphant return to The TBC Club for Auditrees 6th season. After playing to a capacity crowd last November and extending his set by 2 hours to play through til 5am, we are extremely excited for his return. Since his last visit he released his album 'Hello Clouds' and has been touring all over the Northern Hemisphere.
- Jaime Ellis
Tickets start at $15+BF via moshtix > http://goo.gl/noUOvp
JUSTIN MARTIN [Dirtybird]
Listen - https://soundcloud.com/justin-martin-music
Feeding off the energy of the San Francisco underground and mentored by fellow super producer Claude Vonstroke, Justin was intrinsically involved with the development of Dirtybird records, appearing on its first four releases. Justin was soon ready to take flight, releasing a string of solo EPs which flaunted a very unique sound and garnered still more respect among fellow DJS and heavyweight s of the scene.
As well as his formidable arsenal of original productions, Justin is now equally known for his collaborations with his brother Christian as The Martin Brothers, producing such hip-hop influenced hits as Stoopit and Dum . Justin has also made his mark remixing such bona fide classics as Radiohead s Nude , Marshall Jefferson s Mushrooms , and TG s Revox , firmly establishing himself as the man to make big tracks even bigger.
Demand for Justins skills behind the decks has skyrocketed with his bookings schedule basically crammed to capacity for the next 4 months. With bookings confirmed everywhere from Exit Festival (Belgrade), to Sonar (Barcelona) to Panorama Bar (Berlin), Justin s diary is reading like the dreams of a professional raver. Stateside he continues to be a regular fixture at the dirtybird events in San Francisco and beyond.
Music journalists typically describe Justins sound as melodic and tough with his music encapsulating both melody and emotional depth yet always with enough undeniable ass shaking properties to translate to the floor. I'm always trying to find music for my DJ sets that rattles sound systems, but still has enough melody and interesting texture to expand your mind even if you're sitting at home on a snowy or rainy day.