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Mezerg

Date

Wed, Oct 18, 2023
19:00

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Mezerg

Multi talented instrumentalist Mezerg is a pioneer of modern music technology and one of the most creative musicians you’re likely to come across. Hands and feet linked to his instrument, he makes electronic music from unexpected elements, with rhythms that ranged from funk to acid techno, improvising with keyboards, effects pedals and the theremin which has become emblematic of his project. Mezerg merges the electronic with the acoustic to create an impressive and unique live performance that you can’t take your eyes off. Somewhere between house music and an acoustic performance, this nightlife one-man band pays homage to both the jazz bars and the nightclubs of this world with a whirlwind of energy and irresistible sounds. After two triomphal world tour in 2022 and 2023 (including Melkweg show sold out), he is ready to bring back his unique sound in Amsterdam for an unique experience during ADE. Get ready !

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