Welcome to a new amazing Space Discovery, featuring an incredible artist that has already been part of our Best Of The Moon back in January and we can finally get to know better an exceptional talent: MERSI.
Mersi is a multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer with a lot of experience, and once again we can hear his skills in his latest release called: “Acid Time”.
This is a tune that fully expresses its title meaning, where groovy acid basslines dominate the track with powerful funky drops and elaborated drum loops.
The song opens the dancefloor with a neat drumbeat intro, featuring rhythmic percussions, groovy basses and minimal vocal samples. After this soft intro, the song brings in that “acid time” we were waiting for, with an extremely unique and characteristic arpeggiated lead pluck. But that’s not done yet, the best part comes as a pleasant surprise when the drop starts, bringing in some cheerful and remarkable trumpets that definitely do an exceptional job giving the tune a fantastic party vibe.
Once again, Mersi delivered us another sick tune, showing us his passion for music and his skills when comes to groove and sound selection.
And now let’s see what this amazing lad has shared with us with our Discovery questions!
Welcome to Space MERSI.
Congratulations on your new release! Briefly present yourself to our Space Travellers!
Thank you. I’m just a guy who likes to produce and play music, and I’ve been doing this my whole life.
I studied drums and piano at the Pilsen Conservatory and have played with many bands.
What’s the story behind your latest release?
The goal was to create a positive song that would be my response to the difficult time we are all going through right now due to the covid experience. I believe that positivity helps us live a better life. And I will be more than happy if this song makes you feel good.
What are your plans for the future?
To continue the idea of releasing a new song every six weeks, which is the goal of this project. I hope to have enough musical ideas to make it last as long as possible.
If you had a time machine, in which era would you travel and which kind of music would you bring with you in the past?
I think it would be interesting to go back to the swing era of the last century and play a few electro-swing songs to them and see their reactions.