Earlier this year, the duo known as Art Department made a massive announcement. After 5 years, and an unprecedented rise in the techno community, Jonny White (head of No. 19 Music) and Kenny Glasglow (Canadian electronic legend) announced their separation. While Glasglow’s departure was completely amicable- the news came as a shock to their nearly cult-like fans and followers.
In the 90’s, few artists showed greater promise than New Orleans native rapper Michael “Mystikal” Tyler. With a buzzing, eponymous debut album featuring his signature gritty lyrical chops and dope beats, it looked like the hip-hop world was his for the taking. But taking the easy route has never really been Mystikal’s thing.
Hot on the heels, or should we say skates, of the fab Peanut Butter Wolf blading extravaganza, Mezzanine presents the second edition of the Summer Soul Roller Disco, and this time it’s bigger than ever. On Saturday June 13th nine iconic disco wizards by the name of Midnight Magic, will be getting the party started and your hips shakin’ all night long.
British have truly given us a lot over the years, from English Breakfast tea to David Beckham. But more recently, they have awarded us with an endless list of stellar producers and DJs- with the likes of Four Tet, SBTRKT, and Jamie XX, all claiming Great Britain as their home. On May 30th, we will be welcoming a few new members from this list to the stage as two of the most buzz worthy Brits in the game right now, Daktyl and Ambassadeurs, will be hitting Mezzanine.