Mezerg offers a live show you've never seen before – no exaggeration! The French producer binds his body to an ensemble of electronic and acoustic instruments on stage and creates a high-strung mix of performance and club party. On Friday 17 March, you can experience the world-touring virtuoso in Pumpehuset.

It can be hard to follow when you watch Marc Mezergue aka Mezerg on stage playing, stomping and strumming vintage synthesizers, laser harp, half a dozen drum pedals and homemade, inventive instruments – like a keyboard made of sliced watermelons! The result is a lively and frenetic mix of techno, trance and jazz, which in sound and stage show is not far from the live phenomenon and compatriot Jean-Michel Jarre.
One of Mezerg's most visual tools, however, is the theremin, the electronic instrument controlled without physical contact. Mezerg uses the theremin as a switch for synthesizers and arpeggiators, while his feet steer back and forth between foot pedals dictating a vibrant rhythm. Each body part takes shape as a full-fledged band member as Mezerg unfolds his innovative live show.

Beneath the kitschy and creative, you find a producer who is at one with his music. In 2021, Mezerg released the album 'Chez Mezerg', which branches out all the Frenchman's possible and impossible ideas, and which includes his covers of The Doors' 'Riders on the Storm' and Maurice Ravel's 'Bolero'. In the fall of 2022, Mezerg will tour around North America, before hitting the Pump House in the spring.

17. mar 2023
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