The Deep End presents: Lonely Boy Live, Mark E. Quark and Eric Medina

The Deep End presents: Lonely Boy Live, Mark E. Quark and Eric Medina

Fri Sep 21

The Deep End presents: Lonely Boy Live, Mark E. Quark and Eric Medina

Doors: 8:00 pm
Start: 9:30 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$10-$15

Come help us celebrate the third anniversary of Music Box! Lonely Boy, whose sound blurs the lines between Disco, Funk, Jazz and House, will be spinning a live set with Mark E. Quark and Eric Medina!

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Come help us celebrate the third anniversary of Music Box! Lonely Boy, whose sound blurs the lines between Disco, Funk, Jazz and House, will be spinning a live set with Mark E. Quark and Eric Medina!


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Genre: DJS


Ticket Price: FREE EVENT BEFORE 10PM! / $10 after 10pm / $15 after 12am


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Lonely Boy Live

The type of guy you hope your daughter brings home, Lonely Boy has been gaining approval across the globe, since his debut in 2013. Blurring the lines between Disco, Funk, Jazz and House, he is the consummate purveyor of good vibes. Yes, he’s released timeless tracks on labels such as Kitsuné, Future Boogie and Armada Deep, but live is where this musical wizard really shines.
With his Fender bass at his side, he jams on the keys and wails through the vocoder, captivating his audience in a symphonic bath. Before you know it, you’ll have made new friends on the dance floor, your drink’ll be warm, your legs sore, and your heart full.
2017 delivered some huge live performances including, Coachella, Lightning in a Bottle and Burning Man (as well as international bookings). The future is bright for Lonely Boy—he’s on a mission to evolve the way we connect through music. Stayed tuned for performance dates in your area.

Mark E. Quark

In a pinch, if forced to employ adjectives to describe the Mark E. Quark style, one would come up with words like “groovy, laid back and nasty” house music. But putting grammar aside, it’s reasonable to just say that Quark has internalized influences f..

"Succumbing to the influences of Industrial music, Acid House and Belgian New Beat, fresh young-hearted Mark Hanson’s alter ego and ambassador for shockingly good music Mark E. Quark was born at age eighteen. With a penchant for putting songs, beats, and lyrics together in ways that gave his listeners starry-eyes and loyal hearts, Mark E. Quark resolved to use his powers of DJ’ing only for good, not evil. However, he also resolved not to ever wear tights, a cape, or a mask at the same time so as to not focus on his superhero DJ status. Quark likes to keep the focus on the music.

"With an ability to mesmerize audiences over Radio Waves, Internet Connections as well as any dance floor, Mark E. Quark has lit up audiences all over the world. He has played alongside (and counts among his fans) renowned producers and DJ’s Doc Martin, Derrick L. Carter, Lil Louie Vega, Kenny Hawkes, Gemini, Onionz, Dan Ghenacia, Ivan Smagghe, Juan Atkins, Hipp-E, Justin Harris, Phil Weeks, Hector Morales Mark Farina, the Wicked crew, Halo, Richard James (Aphex Twin) and Moby.

Mark E. Quark’s handwriting can be seen undeniably all over Southern California’s legendary nightlife scene. He was a pivotal force in the foundation of SOMA, Playskool, G-Force and gave assists to San Francisco heavyweight events The Gathering, Basics, By the People's Out Of Sight parties, Stompy Dig In, and Sunset. Quark’s also caused major foot-stomping with his own releases on Hi-Phen (Belgium), Camouflage (US) & Facade (US).

"In a pinch, if forced to employ adjectives to describe the Mark E. Quark style, one would come up with words like “groovy, laid back and nasty” house music. But putting grammar aside, it’s reasonable to just say that Quark has internalized influences from DJ Harvey, Idjut Boys, Jeno + early Andrew Weatherall, mashed them up, and given life to a signature style and a creature which is totally unique. This creature is currently brought to life for public consumption on a bi-weekly basis at Moonshake, a collaboration with fellow DJ’s Dr. Indulgent + Bob Dazzla in San Diego."

- Jodi from Pistolsandpopcorn.com

Eric Medina

Co-owner of the Deep End party in San Diego. Being inspired at a very young age by doc martin and countless other dj's and producers. He snuck into clubs at the age of 17 to see dj's and would often go to TJ Mexico to see talent that wouldn't play in SD. His love for music grows every day.