Martin Boss

Orlando, United States

House

Biography

Born in Seattle, WA, DJ Martin Boss (formerly known as Kid Kaos) moved to Orlando in 1986 and started spinning records in 1988. In 1990, Martin, along with two others, began “The Orlando Underground.” “The Orlando Underground” threw numerous underground warehouse events in Central Florida which were some of the most memorable events of the era and played a big role in the growth of the local scene.

Between 1990 and 1994, Martin guest DJ’d at numerous clubs throughout Central Florida, spinning house, break-beat and trance as well as working on several studio projects. During these four short years, Martin firmly established himself as a fixture in the Orlando electronic music scene. However, in 1994, his career was cut short due to a near fatal car accident involving a tractor-trailer. Throughout the next four years, Martin recovered from the injuries that he suffered and in 1998 resurfaced behind the decks as strong as ever. From 1998 to 2002, Martin held down several residencies in Central Florida as well as throwing his own successful Winter Music Conference party in Miami. In 2002, Martin did what many told him could not be done by breaking the world record for the longest DJ set. Shattering the old record of 48 hours, Martin spun for an amazing 72 hours with no sleep. This incredible feat of human endurance was made possible by Martin’s passion for the music that has been a part of his life for so many years.

With Martin’s powerful mixing skills, track selection, and knack for pleasing the crowds at clubs and events all over the world, Martin is quickly becoming the hot ticket in the world of electronic music. With Martin’s ongoing studio production work, coupled with his passion for the music and the crowd, Martin is soon to become the next household name in electronic music.