Mark Penner is Winnipeg-based musician/producer Cyclist who is playing Spiritbar Friday

Cyclist to play Spiritbar in Nelson

Cyclist is the DJ moniker for Winnipeg-based musician/producer Mark Penner who takes the stage at Spiritbar on April 13.

Cyclist is the DJ moniker for Winnipeg-based musician/producer Mark Penner. After spending most of his life making dance music in various bands, Mark started producing his own tracks and DJing in 2009.

Cyclist’s music is a sexy blend of disco, electro and house with the vibe ranging from bouncy party music to cosmic space beats. His DJ sets are similar in style and are known to include old school underground disco tracks such as Blackwell’s – Boogie down and mess around, Azoto’s – Anytime or Place, Gino Soccio’s – Dream on or tracks from his favourite current producers Lindstrom, Richard Sen and Tensnake.

Cyclist plays with Pak Lok at Spiritbar on Friday, April 13.


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