Mahala feat MARC MARZENIT

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MARC MARZENIT (ESP) – PARADIGMA MUSIK
Date: July 10th 2015
Time: 8:00pm – late
Venue: The Railway Hotel – 291 Albert Street, Brunswick

Slowly but surely the Mahala family have been building and growing their brand, focusing on developing relationships with local artists and seeking out quality international acts. Mahala is all about exciting, fun and dynamic music that makes you want to dance.

On July 10th Melbourne will be treated to the cosmic sounds of Spanish star, Marc Marzenit at the recently re-launched hotspot, The Railway Hotel in Brunswick.

It’s been five years since Marc Marzenit blew everyone away closing after Guy J at the No Nonsense party in 2010. Finally we’ll get to see him headlining his own show and the timing is perfect with Marc having just released his debut album ‘To Love Until We Say Goodbye’ on Henry Saiz’s label Natura Sonoris.
Marc Marzenit and Mahala, a match made in heaven.

Marc’s Bio –

Precociousness in techno has its best and latest representative in Marc Marzenit.

Despite his young age, Marc Marzenit has been a prominent part of the scene for over a decade; his international breakthrough came in 2006 with the anthem “Trozitos de Navidad” on his own imprint Paradigma Musik. He quickly proved that he was here to stay with the release of devastating follow-up “Spheere”.

Artists including Sven Väth, John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, Dave Seaman and even Tiësto, noticed his talent and were quick to include his tracks on some of the year’s most prestigious mix compilations. Shortly afterwards Marc began releasing on influential labels such as Bedrock, Cocoon, Tronic, Natura Sonoris, Sudbeat, etc.

In addition to these impeccable club credentials Marc´s talent has a personal, almost unprecedented aspect that sets him apart from many other talented artists -taking electronic music beyond the dance floor with projects such as his “Suite on Clouds”, a 3D mapping show with 8 violinists, 1 harp, symphonic percussion, several synths and a grand piano. These projects draw on his classical background and show his integrated vision of electronic music: combining acoustic, analogue and digital instruments together in the same show.

Now, after many years touring the world – London, Australia, USA, Argentina, Mexico, Canada & Asia just to name a few – Marc finally releases his debut album “To Love Until We Say Goodbye”. This conceptual album has a very personal story with an epic and progressive techno sound, combining fascinating dance floor tracks and intimate audio recordings of his personal life. Marc’s forward facing approach to life & music are evident in this album – he’s here to provide and project complex feelings into the electronic music scene – and there’s no looking back.

Local Artists:

Rollin Connection
Lister Cooray
Stockholm Syndrome
Handsdown
J-Slyde
Pat Tassone
Matt Waters
Baz Za
Oliver Winton
Technich
Dave Juric
Scott Freedman

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