- Dj Marc Anthony - Funked Up - Deep House (with TrackList) Artwork Dj Marc Anthony on December 31, 2013 00:43
- Dj Marc Anthony - Studio Sessions 1 (with Tracklist) Artwork Dj Marc Anthony on December 23, 2011 06:49
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I’ve been a house Dj since 1989 and I still love the scene. I’ve always wanted to produce music and 20 years later it is easier than ever to turn on your computer and have a go, these are fantastic times to be a Dj.
I’ve worked and played with a whole host of big name Dj’s from both the U.K and U.S. alike (too many to list) and to be honest when I sat down to write this I really struggled to remember them all, so I won’t bother doing a famous by association list. If that’s something you want, PM me and I’ll send it to you. As for as crowds go; six thousand clubbers on a moonlit beach with Victor Simmoneli is one of my favorite Dj memories. But equally like any Dj, I’ve had some of my best nights with a select few.
My preferred style of house is: Upbeat, funky, soulful and electronic or dub house plus a few more. I try not to stick to just one side of things and often venture in the tougher sounds while still retaining my soulful roots. I’m not afraid to play a good vocal track, big tunes or go the complete opposite way so as to keep the dance floor deep and nasty as I believe that variation is the key to pleasing any crowd.
I’ve been lucky enough to travel to many different parts of the world to play my music and I’ve discovered that music is truly the first language of the world.
I have run and promoted long standing club nights here in the U.K., Greece and my last long standing residency consisted of a four year stint in Australia within the Gold Coast’s primer club “Mybar”.
As far as my skills on the turntables I prefer for people to judge me with their ears. I pride myself on being able to seamlessly mix my music in a way that delivers energy and builds my reputation on the dance floor and with my peers. For those whom are familiar with music theory, I start my sets at the bottom of the scale and I move up from there. Every time I move up an octave, I change the style of play. For this reason I’m always more at home playing four to five hour sets as this allows me to take the crowd on a real musical journey.
I could probably talk all day about twenty years of Dj’ing, but I think that’s fine for now. A big thank you to everyone I’ve met along the way, without you it would not have been the same.
As time goes by, I’ll be using Soundcloud as storage vessel for my new projects and dropping the occasional Dj mix. As time passes I hope we’ll see my work improve.
If you chosen to follow me, thanks for listening and I hope we’ll chat soon.
Dj Marc Anthony