Deep Technique with Pezzner
Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Come join us on Thursday May 10th for a evening with one of the sickest names in electronic music: Dave Pezzner. Without a doubt, you would be hard pressed to find a better Thursday night to come get down in San Francisco. Deep Technique is a monthly event that focuses on the highest quality underground music and the enthusiast that follow it. See you there!
Thurs. May 10
Harlot, 46 Minna St.
Free with RSVP on www.deeptechnique.com
Pezzner - Freerange, OM Records, Delusions of Grandeur - Seattle
with resident djs:
Up until 2008 Dave Pezzner was virtually unknown to the electronic dance music community, aside from his works in the duo Jacob London (Classic Music, Doubledown, U-Freqs). For 16 years he cut his chops with partner Bob Hansen, creating eccentric house and break beat rhythms often crossing the lines between bad-ass, funky and hilarious.
In the winter of 2008, Pezzner took to his own studio to begin work on his first solo output composing songs that are more serious, with an abstract artistic sensibility. Quickly Dave’s catalog began to materialize with a signature sound: Lofty percussive themes with intentions to create hypnotic soundscapes for the body as well as the brain. It wasn’t long before Pezzner found his first 5 songs scooped up by London-based Freerange Records, covering the first two EP’s of his career, “Other Lover” and the epic three-part masterpiece “Almost Here.” These two EPs garnered him massive support from artists as varied as John Digweed, Laurent Garnier, Peter Kruder, Steve Bug and Ben Watt, setting up Pezzner as a producer on the rise.
These first two releases laid a solid foundation for his career and follow-ups are now in the pipeline on Om Records, London’s Urbantorque Recordings, plus another EP for Freerange. Dave has also got an arsenal of remixes forthcoming for heavyweights including Josh Wink, Mark Farina, and Mike Monday. Its a dizzying number of releases for an emerging artist, but now that Pezzner’s stepped out on his own, he’s definitely got a lot to say.