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Justin Martin Plays Electric Pickle on Friday

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Miami loves Justin Martin!

The San Francisco-based DJ/producer and Dirtybird label co-owner burned

up the dancefloors at White Room and Electric Pickle in 2009, cementing

his reputation as one of the most crowd-pleasing and oft-anticipated

American EDM acts we've hosted in recent years. Martin made his

auspicious grand entrance into the international scene in 2003 with

debut hit "The Sad Piano", praised by the likes of Pete Tong and

Derrick Carter, and released on both Ben Watt's Buzzin' Fly label and

Steve Bug's Bugnology mix series on Poker Flat. He has since

garnered steady accolades as a globe-trotting DJ and prolific producer

with releases on imprints like Mothership and Dirtybird, which he

co-founded with producer Claude Von Stroke. With a unique signature

sound boasting equal parts gut-rattling raunchy bass, emotive melodic

depth, and propulsive driving breakbeats that keep people shaking

booties all night, Martin puts on a hell of a show. Now the man is back

to indulge old fans and make new converts at the Electric Pickle on

Friday night, where he'll be throwing down a 3-hour DJ set along with

Pickle residents Will Renuart and Tomas of Aquabooty.

Click here to get your $10 pre-sale tickets.

Justin Martin at the Electric Pickle. Friday, January 29, 10 p.m.-5 a.m. 2826 N. Miami Ave., Miami.  

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