Most of the new breed of jet-setting club and rave DJs come from such cities as New York, London and Chicago, but DJ/producer/remixer Doc Martin hails from Los Angeles, representing the West Coast worldwide. Doc Martin began his mission on the decks back in the summer of 1986. His focus on house music from the land of funk and disco was triggered while playing the club and warehouse scene in San Francisco. As one of the major players in laying the foundations of a strong West Coast dance scene, Martin has always been a master of mixing the crowd with the music. Neatly avoiding pigeonholing, while embracing a myriad of different styles, his set creates a warm, unique vibe on the dance floor. Martin's legendary eight-hour sets know no colors, age or sexual orientation. While most star DJ’s are one-note musicians sticking to a single sub-genere of music, Martin's live sets bring many styles of music and people together. In this age of specialized formats among DJ’s and producers, what sets Martin apart from his peers is his ability to spin everything from deep house, acid, funk, tribal, and classics in a set, while having it all make sense. Doc is one of the most sought-after DJs in America. Constantly touring, he plays records everywhere from England to New Zealand and is the first West Coast DJ to hold many residencies in New York. Now living in L.A., he has begun to spread his vibe through making music in the studio as well as playing it. He's remixed The Mighty Dub Katz projects for Nervous Records, as well as original tracks for Moonshine, Shaboom, 99 North, and the ever-growing Leaf Recordings.