Mezra has one hand in helping the North Dakota electronic music branch grow and the other paddling through the waters of Miami’s house music scene. His latest Rock The Party EP got picked up by the legendary G-Mafia Records, making for his biggest release yet. The 3-track tech house / G-house collection packs robust, big room feels and captivating technique. Alongside the release comes his G-Mafia mix, giving us a sample of Mezra’s bag of dancefloor bombs.
Kicking things off is the EP titled track, ‘Rock The Party’, featuring a proper four-to-the-floor tech house beat, massive horns and gripping scratch techniques, Merza makes his presence known. ‘I Just Need A BB’ follows, a ruthless, bass-heavy G-house track that keeps things interesting with techno elements. Closing out the EP, ‘So Big And Tasty’, hits you with a wall of bass, an urgent tech house beat and a snappy hook. When the time is right, it will be fun to see what these do to the dancefloor.
For G-Mafia’s mix #30, Mezra wastes no time delivering the heat with an outstanding opening track, ‘Bodi Bodi’ by Sevenn. While mixing in his new EP amongst tracks by the likes of Eats Everything, Zookeeper, Martin Solveig, Sonny Fodera, Dom Dolla and Yozo, Mezra showcases his ability to offer a kinetic set.
Mezra graduated from the Scratch DJ Academy of Miami in 2017. Since then, Mezra has been a familiar face on the DJ circuit, playing at many different venues, such as Art Walk in Florida, Pickled Parrot in North Dakota, and Vital Vibrations in Minnesota with the intent to create a transcendent experience for his audience.
Enjoy reading more about the North Dakota rave scene and Mezra’s story while exploring more of his hot creations from his former release that initially landed him on our radar, ‘Okay Assets’ and to his nod to Dirtybird, ‘Birdhouse’, all available as a free download.
There’s one party brand that’s up and coming doing a lot to help the rave scene and they go by Wicked Good Time. With the help of them they are stating to bring more and more rave/ dance music style acts to our small scene and watching it grow from what it was a couple years ago is a nice change. The scenes super small right now but more people discovering the music which I guess in return makes it feel more like a small family right now. With DJ’s/ producers helping each other out and making sure we all try to succeed since we are all doing it for the same reason and the love of music.”