Christian Martin Plays White Room this Friday

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Like his brother Justin (by now a Miami favorite) DJ/producer Christian Martin boasts a highly energetic take on tripped-out melodic tech house which epitomizes everything that is fresh, imaginative and fun about contemporary electronic dance music. Schooled in Southern California's legendary Moontribe desert parties and late '90s club life in NYC, London and Los Angeles, Christian co-founded the esteemed San Francisco-based Dirtybird imprint along with brother Justin, Worthy and Claude VonStroke in 2003. The late 2000's have seen the release of brotherly collaboration The Martin Brothers EP and various remixes and originals on the Dirtybird, Katabatic and Undefeated labels, while his acclaimed DJ sets continue to spread the Dirtybird gospel around the globe. Join Christian Martin for a night of West Coast groovy madness this Friday night at White Room, along with Freakside resident DJ Leeor.

Christian Martin at White Room. Friday, September 18, 10 p.m.-5 a.m. 1306 N. Miami Ave., Miami.

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