Italian-Belgian producer Vito De Luca is set to deliver a night French house and Balearic beat at Mezzanine on March 9. We spoke with him about growing up in Belgium and his latest projects.
Over the weekend, the party dedicated to Stevie Wonder WONDER-Full got a special surprise when the legend himself called in to say and sing a few words to the Mezzanine audience. Young or old, black or white, it’s clear to see how much of an impact his music makes in the hearts of many.
Over the past few years, No Way Back has been a dependable source for an amalgam leftfield disco, classic house, and old school techno parties in SF. This Friday, November 16, they celebrate their third anniversary at Mezzanine with a live performance from Juan Atkins and “Mad” Mike Banks as Model 500.
Zion I have long been a staple of the Bay Area hip hop scene. Ever since the release of 2000′s critically acclaimed debut Mind Over Matter, the duo’s adventurous sound has the Bay Area hip hop tradition of exploring new musical territory.
Ernest Greene, the man behind the chillwave name Washed Out, has officially gained notoriety—enough of it to be recognized for more than just his huge hit “Feel It All Around,” which many listeners heard the first time during the opening credits of Portlandia or as a favorite track on a playlist of summer 2010.
The funky, hip hop style of All Good Funk Alliance keeps heads bobbing and feet dancing with retro rhythms and modern grooves. The band is currently on tour with Fort Knox Five and Thunderball and stops in SF at Mezzanine this Saturday, March 24.
Two of the U.K.’s most-loved independent artists come together this Saturday, March 24, at Mezzanine for a night of funk, soul, and alternative dance music. Debuting their collaborative album on April 3rd, Quantic and Alice Russell utilize blues and folk for a mixture of sweet, melodic soul dance music.