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Martini Club

Australia's most sought after live sound system.


The Martini Club are recognised for their ability to blend classic songs from the 70’s to today’s Top 40, with modern electronic dance music and live musicians to create a unique sound that encapsulates what music does best. Make people dance!

From performances at the Playboy Mansion to playing at each and every one of Australia's leading festivals, The Martini Club are the most sought after live sound system in Australia.

By mashing up their modern electronic dance music with classics that range almost a century of modern music from jazz in the early '20s to early soul in the '50s, rock in the '60s, funk from the '70s, party classics in the '80s, hits from the '90s to present day Top 40, The Martini Club are able to draw in such a wide range audience demographic, from teenagers who love listening to all
the current songs on Nova radio, to the baby boomers who reminisce to The Martini Club's remixes of their favourite '70s soul music.

With extensive experience in the corporate world for clients including Virgin Money, Colonial First State, Ella Bache, Macquarie Bank, Vodafone, ACP, Symantec and Citibank.

The Martini Club have an arsenal of Australia's most talented performers including vocalists Muma Megs and Andre Kaman, Michelle Martinez, Cavan Te and Sharon, who regularly back up touring international acts and Australian artists.

The backline members include Adam 'Sloth' Burrell on the trumpet (formally with Australia's number one hip hop band Metabass 'n' Breath and electro-clash outfit The Stick Figures), Will Farge on the sax, Pascal Pouzet on decks and percussion (Field Day, Sounds On Sunday) and drumming maestro Mark Olsen (MTV Music Awards, Pussycat Dolls support '09).

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