London based but born in Treviso, a small city near Venice (Italy), Marco has been involved in the local underground club scene since he was 15, as a promoter and then as a DJ.
After travelling to London to gain his MA in Fashion at St Martin’s, he became involved in London’s clubbing scene as a DJ including a residency at the legendary Süd Electronic parties. He also ran his own Techno party - a popular Sunday afternoon/evening session at Cafe 1001.
Owing to his more visual background, Marco considers his musical style to be constructed with an aesthetic approach. He has been deeply inspired by
Detroit Techno and electro, acid house, New York deep house and garage
His own productions are usually very deep and dark and often tend to have strong percussive elements with dry electronic sounds and groovy basslines.
Although Marco loves house music, he considers myself more and more of a techno head, which is certainly audible in his production style.
His first proper release ‘Dontlaughatme’ on Serialisme records in 2008 gained him attention. Following a couple of split EP appearances, his next release came out in January 2009 on the London-based label brut! (www.myspace.com/brutrecords)
More recently still, in January of 2011, his latest EP, ‘The Vox Attitude’ was released on the Swedish label Vidd, distributed by clone, and received strong positive reactions and widespread chart positions from the likes of Morphosis, Steffi, Efdemin and more.
2012 already saw a very deep release on Clone sos (http://clone.nl/item22320.html) and the launch of his own label EERIE records (again championed by clone) with the first release by himself out in june 2012 followed by 3 more releases among which was also a reissue of the anthemic track The Vox Attitude with good remixes from Joey Anderson and Pangaea and his latest 12" Simmtria Delle Stringhe where he's back to the script with his dark, cinematic techno. approach.
As result of the very international success of his production he performed as a dj worldwide and especially 2013 saw an increase of bookings from some of the most prestigious clubs in the world, like Fabric (London), The Bunker (NY), Smart Bar (Chicago) and Batofar (Paris) to mention a few.