Home / Tag Archives: Justin Martin

Tag Archives: Justin Martin

Minimal Effort: A New Year Spectacle (Gallery)

Feature image: Chris Soltis All photos: Chris Soltis / Randon Vanucchi /    There’s something refreshing about stepping into a building that is almost a century old built with sophisticated architecture and timeless design for a massive NYE celebration. The MacArthur  was home to this years Minimal Effort NYE spectacle that featured two dance floors on the lower level and two massive ballrooms hosting only the best in underground House and Techno. It’s safe to say that Underrated Presents has out done themselves yet again.   With powerhouse players like Justin Martin, Jimmy Edgar, and J Phlip taking over the more »

Read More »

Getting Wet and Wild In The Desert: A Weekend at Splash House

If you live in beautiful Southern California and haven’t been living under a rock, then you have undoubtedly become aware of Splash House, a surreally unique weekend getaway/festival in the Palm Desert of California.  Splash House is unlike any festival you have ever been to, mixed somewhere in a cocktail made of equal parts Coachella and a Las Vegas pool party with a pineapple garnish and a small mini umbrella.  The festival split between 3 stages (2 located at the Riveria and 1 at The Saguaro) each next to their own pool, instantly feels like a dance music paradise hidden more »

Read More »

Justin Martin Announces Sophomore Album “Hello Clouds” – Out 4/20

Justin Martin is back with his second ever full length album, Hello Clouds, set to be released on Dirtybird this 4/20. Yes, you read that correctly, 4/20. Building his foundation and crazy persona that everyone loves off of his first release, “Ghettos & Gardens” in 2012, Justin has cemented himself to be one of the labels most beloved characters. From the first strings of album opener “Dive In”, Justin effortlessly establishes an otherworldly mood. Are we deep beneath the ocean’s surface, or squinting at bright sunlight while 30,000 feet in the air? It ultimately doesn’t matter – we just need more »

Read More »