re-OpenLab: Mushroom Jazz 01 Revisited

Promises Project presents re-OpenLab: Mushroom Jazz - Mark Farina Revisited

re-OpenLab: Mushroom Jazz 01 Revisited

Mushroom Jazz Revisited 01 – Mark Farina

In our brand new partnership with Ibiza based radio station here we are with the first of our Pen vs Sword re-OpenLab series. More than simply radio shows, OpenLab was conceived specifically to showcase the best in innovative yet accessible music and visual art. We will be revisiting a lot of superb music over the coming months that was originally broadcast worldwide last year and yet sounds just as fresh today.

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We are mighty pleased to revisit the Legendary Chicago House and Downtempo DJ and Producer Mark Farina Mushroom Jazz shows right here on re-OpenLab!

The first episode is a downtempo adventure inspired by this late 90’s trip to Ibiza…

“Somewhere around 1999/2000, DJ Sneak and I arrived in Ibiza, but our luggage, including our vinyl crates did not. We spent the next 36 hours driving back and forth from the Saint Eulalia area checking for our vinyl after every flight with our airline. This was pre-cell phone era, so communication was sparse at best. After at least 6-8 trips back and forth, they arrived on the last flight possible to have records for our gig. This is a downtempo adventure inspired by those drives across the island. ” – Mark Farina

So without any further ado, here’s OpenLab’s resident Mark Farina with Mushroom Jazz Revisited 01:

Mushroom Jazz Revisited 01 Tracklist:

1. Dolson Beats – Summer Vibes
2. Jbleds – Blue Saloon
3. Soulpersona – Ain’t No time for Nothing
4. Frank Booker – Points
5. Tranquillity Bass – I see
6. Emapea – Sand break
7. Negghead – Da Feelin
8. Dirty Margarita – Slip Mode
9. FM Band – Listen to the Wind (V’s edit)
10. LTJ – Trigger Finger
11. Danielle Baldelli – Isotropofunk
12. Smith & Mudd – Janet 50
13. Nicolas – Windy City
14. Cosmic Boogie & Rayko – Son of Zeus (Anthony Mansfield edit)
15. The Bureau – I Like It
16. Lego – Yeah Rhythm (4am Jazz)

About Mark Farina:

Mark Farina is a name that rings out across the entire global dance music industry. His non-stop touring, constant content creation, partnerships with legendary venues and record labels as well as his total commitment to showcasing the best new and old school producers in his sets have made him a living legend to lovers of house and Mushroom Jazz everywhere.

With a passion for playing extended all night long shows as well his recent foray into streaming exemplified by his highly successful new YouTube series with Defected Records, Farina continues to tirelessly entertain his incredible fans all over the globe with over 100 shows per year.

The last few years have been an incredible new era of creativity, outreach, and recognition for one of the most original and consistent voices in the business. Mark continues to connect with new fans without losing those who have been loyal supporters from day one. Fans, promoters, and industry insiders all know that no matter what changes come along Mark Farina always delivers.

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About OpenLab:

Founded in 2013 by electronic music pioneer, composer and DJ Robert Miles and inspired by the creative spirit of Ibiza. OpenLab was conceived specifically to showcase the best in innovative yet accessible music and visual art.

Broadcasting worldwide via and on 106.4 FM in Ibiza and Formentera, OpenLab champions the worlds most exciting producers, artists, DJ’s and visual artists, offering their community a glimpse of ‘Tomorrows World.. Today’.

You can listen to their Live Radio broadcasts here or download their App:

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