Markantonio is one of Italy’s most accomplished electronic music artists.
Italy’s Naples region is a breeding ground of creativity that has spawned many of today’s most exciting young techno artists.
With a career that spans over two decades, Markantonio is one of the people who pioneered techno in Naples, and inspired today’s younger generation.
Still at the top of his game, and one of Italy’s most respected DJ/Producers, Markantonio remains one of Europe’s most in demand artists who also has a large following in South America.
Flying all over the world to play gigs at festivals and super clubs, his underground style us focused mainly around techno, but he is an exceptional DJ also known for incorporating other genres such as house and melodic. His legendary Boiler Room set in Naples is just one example of his mastery behind the decks.
He is a regular performer at world famous venues like Fabrik in Madrid, Fabric London, and festivals such as Monegros, Awakenigs, Sonus, Toffler and Freedom Festival. Markantonio also runs his own party “Casamia” which is held at the Duel Club in Naples.
Many also know him for the music he has released on influential techno labels including Carl Cox’s Intec, Pan-Pot’s Second State, Adam Beyer’s Drumcode and many others.
Between 2020 and 2021, Markantonio has featured original music on labels such as Odd Recordings, Say What?, and Mindshake, as well as remixing Kaiserdisco’s “Bipolar Disorder” on KD RAW, plus other top selling reworks including “Euphoria” by Egbert and Metodi Hirstov.
In addition to releasing on other labels, he also heads up his own imprint AnalyticTrail. Markantonio has been prolific on his own imprint, and recently he celebrated the 100th release on AnalyticTrail with an EP of his own music that also featured remixes by Kaiserdisco and Spartaque.
AnalyticTrail has been one of the most vital labels in techno, and included in its back catalogue are tracks and remixes by Paco Osuna, Spektre, UMEK, Perc, Wehbba, The Advent and Cari Lekebusch. The label also signed early releases from the likes of Roberto Capuano, Joseph Capriati and Luigi Madonna who following Markantonio’s support, are now some of the biggest names in techno.