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Christian Martin

Since 1995, Christian Martin has been exploring electronic music from one end of the earth to the other, from full-moon parties in the deserts of California to the thumping, dark corners of the London club scene. Christian followed his love for spleen-rattling bass to San Francisco in 2000, where he met up with the now legendary dirtybird crew. The dirtybird bbq was the brainchild of the four original members: Christian, his brother Justin Martin, and friends Claude VonStroke and Worthy. They had a personal mission to change the landscape of San Francisco house music by throwing an epic free party in the park, based on their new signature sound.

In 2003, with nothing to lose and everything to gain, Christian bought a massive yet necessary sound system on his credit card. This set the standard for a new era of die-hard dedicated DIY producers, all with productions based on heavy bass-lines, smiling faces and dance floor delights. By 2006, Christian began releasing a steady stream of tracks, first collaborating with Justin under the Martin Brothers alias, as well as Claude VonStroke. The Martin Brothers partnership has produced such hip-hop influenced hits as “Duckface,” “Stoopit,” and “Dum,” as well as remixes for Ed Banger and Fool's Gold. On his own, he's released his own brand of bassy house music on labels such as dirtybird, Trapez, and Anabatic. His low-end take on tech house has led to remixes for musical heavyweights such as Chromeo, Underworld, L-Vis 1990, and many more.

Christian's devotion to large scale bass has allowed him to champion the dirtybird sound out of the park and onto giant sound systems at clubs and festivals worldwide. From Fusion (Germany) to Shambhala (Canada) to Coachella & Symbiosis (US), there's a constant demand for what he describes as bass from the ground up. In San Francisco, Christian is a resident at dirtybird's raucous quarterly party at Mezzanine; and also at Monarch, the newly opened marvel of a club. His new musical alias Leroy Peppers has recently roared to life, offering an even heavier take on hip-hop influenced bass music. Whether it’s Leroy or Christian behind the decks, if your hands aren't clapping your ass surely will be.

 
 

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Upcoming Shows

  • 10/24/14 Freaker's Ball SF
    San Francisco
  • 10/31/14 Ramblewood Campground
    Darlington
  • 11/01/14 Dragon'S Den
  • 11/02/14 Fairplex
    Pomona
  • 11/19/14 DNA Lounge
    San Francisco
  • 11/29/14 Verboten Club
    Brooklyn
  • 12/04/14 Quality Social
    San Diego
  • 12/05/14 EOS Lounge
    Santa Barbara
  • 12/12/14 Grasshopper Underground
    Ferndale
  • 12/14/14 U-31
    San Diego
  • 12/14/14 Quality Social
    San Diego
  • 12/27/14 Dallas Convention Center
    Dallas

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