The Brothers Martin
|The Brothers Martin|
|Origin||Riverside, California, US|
|Genres||Indie rock, electronica, indietronica, electropop, shoegazing, new wave|
|Labels||Tooth & Nail|
|Associated acts||Starflyer 59, Joy Electric, Dance House Children, Project 86|
The Brothers Martin are an indie rock band from Riverside, California consisting of brothers Ronnie Martin and Jason Martin. Musically, they incorporate elements of both Joy Electric and Starflyer 59 (Ronnie and Jason's primary music projects, respectively): electropop and shoegazing, while modern rock and 1980s new wave are also a central influence.
As of November 2008, the band was dropped from the "Current Artists" section of the Tooth & Nail website. While there has never been any word from the Martin brothers, it is assumed that The Brothers Martin was a one-time project.
Session & Live
- Alex Albert - drums
The Brothers Martin song "The Missionary" was played at the end of the series premiere of NBC television show Chuck.
|The Brothers Martin||January 23, 2007||Tooth & Nail Records|
- "The Brothers Martin listed as "Indie/Electronica" at PureVolume.com".
- Robinson, Adam (January–February 2007). "Dancehouse Revisited?". HM Magazine (123): 34–35. ISSN 1066-6923.
- Josh Taylor. "Their self-titled debut, not very surprisingly, sounds a whole lot like what would happen if you joined Joy Electric and Starflyer 59 together". Jesus Freak Hideout.