Italy has produced its fair share of influence in the electronic music scene. Marco's blend of Techno laced vibes have certainly sparked the attention of many influential labels, where Marco released his tracks over the years. From Bush Records, Trapez, Eric Sneo's Mudra Audio, Afu Limited, New York based De-Konstrukt and Sven Väth’s pioneering, Harthouse.
His early sound experiments date back to 1997 at 14, thanks to his Father, a guitarist, composer and music lover. In those years, Marco could rely on the right equipments to move his first steps on sound design and firsts sequencers, under the old Atari ST platform.
Over the last few years, he has built his discography and worked with several collaborators, from Mike Väth, to Bush Records label boss Eric Powell, included Psycatron half Dave Lievense and German dj Eric Sneo. Marco's releases hit the music scene like wildfire, appearing continuously on the Top 100 charts of the major digital and vynil stores.
Recently launching his own label ''Skynet'', focused on his signature of Techno, Marco has been making bigger and bigger waves in the industry. His tracks have received rave reviews and gained regular support from the biggest international DJs, such as Carl Cox, who destroyed the dance floor at the 20th anniversary of the Time Warp Mannheim, when he dropped Marco's track, “Spacetime”, to the 15.000 people in attendance. Support and regular play listings comes from Adam Beyer, Carl Cox, John Digweed, Nicole Moudaber, Marco Bailey, Tom Wax, propelling him with increasing speed and respect to the forefront techno's purveying new breed.
International performances have seen Marco playing around the world, in the USA, Mexico and all over Europe included his homeland Italy. Completely inspired by the sounds from the mid 1990's, forever evolving his own original take on Techno, building and developing his hybrid set up, to create the much needed originality and live element to his thunderous, though moody journey, through his groove laden Techno landscape.