Martin Buttrich & Doc Martin

Sat Apr 5, 2014
Public Works
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Deep Blue and Public Works are teaming up to bring you another rare double headliner show... this time with Germany's Martin Buttrich and west coast house music legend Doc Martin all in one night, under the same roof, on a the crisp Function1 sound.

Its a rare chance to see Martin play LIVE in the dark underground setting of Public Works on the crisp Function1 sound system. Because you usually have to catch Martin behind a 30 foot stage at a festival somewhere in Europe. Not to mention he get invited to play at all of the most sought after shows and clubs across the globe, from Circoloco, to Cocoon, to Music On, ... In 2011, the house and techno industry voted for their top 20 LIVE Acts of 2011 on and Martin Buttrich was voted #8:

The reason behind this is not only his imaculable productions but that Martin Buttrich has been one of the most talked about producers in the underground house and techno industry. His skills in the studio have left everyone in awe. In collaboration, he’s produced pop (The Sugarbabes), Italo house (Sounds of Life) and progressive (over one hundred collaborations with Timo Maas). He’s even been nominated for a Grammy (remixing Tori Amos ‘Don't Make Me Come to Vegas’). But it wasn’t until 2006 that Buttrich came to prominence under his own name, releasing 12”s on Four:Twenty, Poker Flat and Carl Craig‘s Planet-E (‘Full Clip’). In 2007 Martin and Loco Dice founded Desolat records which has been a massive success. Lately you can find Martin playing at the top festivals and events around the globe.


Doc Martin’s live sets truly bring people together. The man has been doing it since the 90s and is one of the most well respected underground deep house music DJs on the planet.

The variation in his style of music is endless. What makes him so different from the rest? 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.


  1. Public Works
    161 Erie Street , San Francisco, CA