On April 1st, 2011, a legend returns to the city of Boston. Doc Martin has been performing his own style of house music for the last 22 years. He has been called an innovator by many and was referred to as one of the most important people in American house music today by Resident Advisor.
Doc Martin’s live sets truly bring people together. The variation in his style of music is endless. He demonstrates a unique ability to spin... everything from deep house vocals that have much depth and meaning to us all in some way, to his funky tribal Bass lines mixed with threads of acid, his passive collection of classics rare records that are only to be heard at his gigs. Doc Martin has developed the respect as a house DJ that so many of us admire. It is this respect that keeps him constantly touring; from New York to London, Japan, and everywhere in between.
Doc's booking list is a veritable guide to some of the most important clubs and nights in the world, and there are far too many to list here. Take our word on this, you do not want to miss this. CSC and BPR are humbled and elated to bring you this legend.
Good Life Boston
28 Kingston St.
7$ before 11, 10$ after
From an up and comer to a legend, Mr McNeill kicks it off with his own blend of House and Techno. McNeill has followed the work of Doc Martin for years, especially during his days living in LA. Get there early, and stay late with us:
10-11pm Mr McNeill (CSC, Lazy Day DJs)
Bleading Heart Mix: http://snd.sc/gBuDZg
11pm-until they shut us down, DOC MARTIN (Sublevel, LA)
Upstairs (In The Club)
Banana Peel Records showcase mixing up some of the freshest grooves in the city. If you came to Critical Ass, the Banana Peel Record Release or Sweet Shop, you know these kids are the business. From Club to House to Hip Hop and Juke, booty shaking will be the norm.
Grind With Me: http://snd.sc/gXefgd
Bears Eat Beats Snow Tomorrow Mix: http://snd.sc/gbBDuL
Doctor Jeep (BPR)
BPR 001 YR MND: http://snd.sc/gs6961
Do Androids Dream of Electric Beats?: http://snd.sc/h8ZU01
Poster and photos by Dave Tschiegg
See you on the dance floor!