Mark Farina is a disc jockey that built his foundation in the Chicago house scene of the late s. By taking the rhythm from hip-hop; the melody from jazz; and the groove from funk, soul, and disco—Farina spawned his trademark "Mushroom Jazz" after moving to San Francisco in the early s. For three years Farina held court at his weekly Mushroom Jazz club night in San Francisco, where the breezy West Coast vibe his tracks assumed, and downtempo chillness, was well received.
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Join Songkick to track Mark Farina and get concert alerts when they play near you. Be the first to know when they tour near Fischbach, Germany. Mark Farina was born on 25 March in Chicago, Illinois, and developed an interest in house music in when he met Derrick Carter at a record store. Eventually he developed a trademark style known as Mushroom Jazz, which incorporates acid jazz with west coast jazz with a little bit of urban beats. Farina started to gain a solid following, and started to play regularly together with Patty Ryan at a nightclub in San Francisco, California. Despite the fan following, the club that Ryan and Farina played nightly in had closed, leading to Farina releasing albums of his songs. Farina also continued to travel internationally to perform his live sets for his fans; in fact, he has had some shows that have been known to go for eight hours. Farina has also been known to play multiple rooms in one club or party. Additionally, Farina also released twelve other records including both studio recorded and live recorded performances.
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