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The Martinez Brothers Announce 24 Hour Party at Space Miami

Miami Music Week is just around the corner which means that some of the biggest artists in the world are going to descend on coastal city for a total music takeover.

Snuggled in between Winter Music Conference and Ultra Music Festival, Miami Music Week features some of the year's most talked about parties in venues across downtown Miami and South Beach.

Perhaps one of the biggest shows announced so far is the 24 hour closing party at Space Miami, hosted by some of New York's finest, The Martinez Brothers. Taking place from 11pm on Sunday straight through sunrise and sunset, The Martinez Brothers will take over the Space Miami terrace for a tech-house marathon. With Special Guests yet to be announced, we're expecting a party of this caliber to bring along A-list DJs.

Still only in their 20s, The Martinez Brothers have already had an impressive career spanning across the past decade. The journey has been impressive for brothers Chris and Steve who first began performing in front of large crowds during their early teen years with the help of New York powerhouse Danny Tenaglia. Since that time, The Martinez Brothers have held residencies at Ibiza's DC-10 and have founded their own label imprint Cuttin Headz . The Martinez Brothers recently dropped their first label release of the year with the Joint Custody EP which features collaborations with Martin Buttrich, Mathew Johnson, Jerome Sydenham, and FilSonik.

If you think you've got the stamina to party for 24 hours straight, snag your tickets for this marathon set which will feature sounds and beats from The Martinez Brothers 10 year career.

Check out the new EP Joint Custody below!

Cover photo courtesy of Ibra Ake

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Devin Culham Staff Writer

Born and bred with the Detroit techno scene, I pledge my allegiance to the underground.

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