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Justin Martin Plays Electric Pickle this Friday

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San Francisco DJ/producer and Dirtybird label co-owner Justin Martin burned up the White Room dancefloor during his mind-blowing performance last January, not to mention various slots around town during WMC in March. Now the man is back to make new converts at the Electric Pickle this Friday night and the anticipation is massive because Miami knows Mr. Martin puts on a hell of show. With a unique signature sound combining the emotive melodic properties of deep house, the bass raunchiness and syncopated rhythms of hip hop, and plenty of techno wizardry, his DJ sets have a sort of magic propulsive power on the dancefloor that keeps people shaking booties all night. Become a Justin Martin believer this Friday night at Electric Pickle, where you can catch him along with locals Strickly B, Will Renuart and Tomas.

Click here to buy half-priced tickets.

Justin Martin at the Electric Pickle. Friday, July 3, 10 p.m.-5 a.m. 2826 N. Miami Ave., Miami. 

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