THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS MIX THE 50th EPISODE OF SUNDAY SCHOOL SESSIONS PODCAST
Sunday School Sessions—the weekly podcast series from Made Event, producers of ELECTRIC ZOO: TRANSFORMED—celebrated its 50th episode on July 5th with an exclusive mix from The Martinez Brothers (www.facebook.com/themartinezbrothers). The NYC-based duo are headlining the Sunday School presents Awakenings Stage on Friday, September 4 of the major three-day electronic music festival taking place at Randall’s Island Park over Labor Day weekend.
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All 50 mixes are exclusive to Made Event from globally respected techno, deep house, minimal and other underground music artists. Some artists have played for the Sunday School brand like The Martinez Brothers which makes them “Alum.” To date all episodes have racked up over 600,000 plays. All mixes are available every Sunday on the Sunday School Sessions Soundcloud (http://soundcloud.com/sundayschool-sessions) and via iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sunday-school-sessions/id944025426?mt=2.
The Martinez Brothers are in the midst of quite a prolific stretch of their already celebrated career. Coming hot on the heels of their Masters at Dutch Volume 1 EP, they have recently remixed Art Department’s Kisses For Roses (via Mixmag) and have turned Tiga’s and Boys Noize’s ‘100’ into a 132 BPM acid house party starter – the track that was premiered by B.Traits this past weekend (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0607f7d) and will release on July 17. The boys have also just released a remix for the legendary Basement Jaxx, putting their signature tech house groove on ‘Sneakin’ Toronto’.
This run of releases is, as always, accompanied by a hectic touring schedule, which is highlighted by their Electric Zoo set on September 04. Other notable stops include their Circoloco residency at Ibiza’s DC10, Panorama Bar Berlin on 07/12, Fabric London on 08/07, and Creamfields UK on 08/28.
About Sunday School:
Created in Miami in 2006 by NYC’s own Made Event, Sunday School is the definitive cutting edge techno and house music party. From its humble beginnings at the revered Pawn Shop venue, through the famed multi-night and day events at Miami’s Ice Palace, to the Sunday School Grove stage at Electric Zoo, and Sunday School Mini-Fest at the inaugural Mysteryland USA, Sunday School has always been a mecca for the world’s dance music cognoscenti from around the globe. Artists and fans alike gather to be schooled by the most respected names in techno alongside unsung underground house music heroes and burgeoning labels just starting to establish themselves on dancefloors worldwide.
About ELECTRIC ZOO: TRANSFORMED
The world’s premiere electronic music festival, Electric Zoo: Transformed, is coming back to New York City for its seventh annual installment for 2015. In creative partnership with electronic music experience pioneer ID&T, Electric Zoo: Transformed will reimagine and reenergize the festival like never before, creating an atmosphere that truly thrills the senses. ID&T is well-known for its cutting-edge production of events such as Mysteryland, Sensation, Tomorrowland, Q-dance and TomorrowWorld. Founded in 2009 and taking place in the beautiful Randall’s Island Park each Labor Day Weekend, Electric Zoo brings a wide variety of the top DJ acts from around the world and across the spectrum of electronic music’s various sub-genres. With fans coming together from across the globe to the world’s favorite city, Electric Zoo is a chance to celebrate and connect.