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MartyParty brings electronic dance music to Vail Village for third time

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Undefined by a single style or genre, MartyParty covers the musical spectrum from slow and sexy to high-energy, intense dance. He'll bring his show to Samana Lounge in Vail Village on Friday, Jan. 8.
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If you go …

What: MartyParty.

When: 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday, Jan. 8.

Where: Samana Lounge, 228 Bridge St., Vail.

Cost: $20 presale until 4 p.m. the day of show or $30 at the door.

More information: Visit samanalounge.com or facebook.com/samanalounge.

VAIL — MartyParty returns to Samana Lounge on Friday. This will be his third appearance in Vail. Local artist Stennor will perform early to set the tone for the evening.

MartyParty is an electronic music producer and performer. Born and raised in South Africa and residing in Miami, his music runs the gamut from ambient hip-hop to dirty club and festival music. Whatever the genre, the music is always emotional and often experimental in nature.

“This will be one of the most exciting events to visit Vail this winter,” said promoter Ross Cohen. “The opportunity to see an artist of his caliber, who has preformed for large festival crowds, in such a small venue, is a treat.”



MartyParty has released six original albums and toured for eight years playing his original sets. He started producing his own flavor of music in 2005, with the mission to change the monotony of electronic music by creating an entirely different sound: more musical, more storytelling and more diversity in the beats.

Undefined by a single style or genre, MartyParty covers the musical spectrum from slow and sexy to high-energy, intense dance. In his compositions, he explores the limits of the audible spectrum, including sub bass and poly-melodic harmonies. MartyParty has toured for years with his unique live sets, utilizing an ambitious four-channel setup instead of the usual two.



Visit http://www.martyparty.com for more information.


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