Christian Martin — brother of Dirtybird‘s Justin Martin — was an act from this year’s Coachella that left a lasting impression. The Do Lab — an artist collective and events company primarily based on the west coast — hosted an eclectic selection of DJs at a uniquely built stage smack in the middle of the festival grounds. On day two, festival goers passing by couldn’t help but stop and be drawn by the peculiar sounds coming from the stage. With today’s Good Morning Mix, imagine yourself mid-day in the California desert, listening to the booty-clapping, bass-heavy tech house that personifies Christian Martin.
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