One of the world’s biggest electronic music sensations – The Martinez Brothers – made their Bali debut on Jan. 31.
The American duo from The Bronx, New York played at the iconic Morabito Art Villa on Berawa beach.
They brought their seductive beats to the Island of the Gods, accompanied by the most sophisticated international and local artists.
The daytime spectacle at Morabito Art Villa organised by Fever Bali kicked off before sundown and went well into the evening.
The Martinez Brothers were accompanied by the global house lady Laurent Lane as well as Latex Live, Wisdy b2b Archie, Lloyd and Apsara b2b Indra 7.
The impressive program included a Cacao Ceremony with Adriana Jankowska, Himalayan breathwork and a yoga journey.
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The Martinez Brothers are one of the most recognizable global stars in house, techno and club culture.
After becoming residents of Ibiza’s iconic DC10 in 2011, they are conquering the hottest global stages, including Coachella (US), Ultra Festival (US), Time Warp (DE), Creamfields (AR) to name a few.
They were voted Mixmag’s DJ’s of The Year in 2014, the same year that they founded two labels: Cuttin’ Headz and Tuskegee with Seth Troxler.
Working with influential artists such as Grammy-nominated artist Louie Vega, Brit Award-winning group Rudimental, Tiga, Basement Jaxx and Miss Kittin, the brothers continue to evolve and explore new sounds as their fan base spreads across the globe.
They are ambassadors of some of the biggest global fashion brands as well, such as Givenchy, Fendi, and appeared at Louis Vuitton x Supreme campaign and launched a signature line of glasses with Ray Ban.
The Martinez Brothers recently played at Circo Loco in Thailand and The Cercle debut in Singapore.
Morabito Art Villa is known for its iconic artwork installations and located in the hottest beach of Bali: Pantai Berawa. The venue’s perfect position for the stunning Bali sunset makes it a unique meeting point between nature, art and music.
Red Ruby, one of the island’s leading dance music clubs, continues to move boundaries by bringing the biggest global DJ stars to Bali.