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Eric Martin’s contribution to the growth of house music as a global phenomenon is undeniable. Starting as a programmer for Zomba/Jive Records, Eric came to fame as an original member of the seminal ’90s House act Technotronic, co-writing their classic “Pump Up The Jam” The Album – which sold over 14 million copies worldwide.
His musicianship and stage skills have also seen him release two hip-hop projects as Me-One, working alongside legends of the genre, such as The Roots and Guru. Equally at home with reggae and blues, Eric (as Me One) has written and produced for Maxi Priest, Capleton and Jeff Beck among others.
As a DJ, Eric brings classic flavored house sounds to crowds across the world. His DJ sets fuse timeless classics with recent floor-fillers, which are manipulated on a bespoke DJ set up to great effect. His unique blend of turntable-ism, live sequencing and mic skills ensure that his DJ sets stand out from the rest.
If you are interested in booking Eric, feel free to use the contact form below.
A "pump up the jam" the abum
Join us for a playback of Technotronic’s classic “Pump Up The Jam” The Album, to celebrate 30 years since its release.
Enjoy a seamlessly mixed track-list of this classic album from start to finish, including Eric’s own recollections from the golden era of house music.
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"Eric Martin retains a thirst for new music that keeps him locked into the cutting edge of dance culture." Clash
"Eric Martin seems to have been born with headphones on." House Planet
"A true production czar." Data Transmission
"The name Eric Martin might not, at least to the general music buying public, have the weight that his achievements deserve." Backseat Mafia