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Martin Landsky Unites Techno And Sunshine

Martin Landsky | Photo by Alessandro David / used with permission
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Martin Landsky, John Tejada, Andrew Kelley and Droog play The Standard Hotel’s (Downtown LA) rooftop this Sunday, June 7th, from 1 p.m. - 9 p.m. An RSVP to will get you on the $10 discount list (a good thing.)

“Martin Landsky is a true jack of all trades,” said Droog’s Andrei Osyka, of the globetrotting DJ/producer/remixer from Berlin. “His music’s equally inspired by deep house and techno, as well as wedded to the timeless and of-the-moment.”

For the last few years, Droog has been doing their damndest to deepen LA’s mark on the global techno map -- even if it means staying up all night. This Sunday, Droog (Justin Sloe, Andrei, and Brett Griffin) and friends will be manning the day-shift, as they take over the Standard Hotel’s gorgeous rooftop for their monthly summer session.

Bringing Landsky back to LA, Droog’s continuing what they do best: mixing world techno’s avant garde with Hollywood’s sexier side (read: no sausage fests.) LAist recently had a brief chat with Landsky, in a rare moment where he wasn’t on a plane, in the studio, or playing a club.