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Marc Marzenit


Artist Biography

Genre: House Techno


Precociousness in techno has its best and latest representative in Marzenit. When he was 11 he was already reliably studying music in several conservatories, and by the age of 14 he was walking around Sónar looking for electronic emotions. At the age of 22 he performed his first Live at Florida 135. When he reached 23 the young artist created his first label, Paradigma Musik, which nowadays has several international artists such as Paul Ritch, Henry Saiz, Ludovic Vendi or Gavin Herlihy. However, it is not until the age of 24 when his productions were demanded by the most selected circles of worlwide electronic music, receiving feedbacks from artists like Hernan Cattaneo, Dominik Eulberg, Umek, Sasha, James Zabiela, Eric Prydz and Sharam. Moreover, his work was beginning to appeal the most discerning and avant public.

Marzenit’s prompt definition –concise vs. eclectic– of a personal, unique and unprecedented style is what draws him apart from the other talented ‘techs’. In his productions and lives there is an anabolic, epic and progressive techno, but also intimate, fascinating and ready for the ‘glider melody’. His greatest achievement is to impregnate sense and sensibility to that ‘muscular’ techno in a non-usual and even paradoxical way. The last decade, he has been creating and remixing, and each one of his beats points at that taste by the dancefloor which is danced with the brain, knowing and enjoying.

During the last years, artists like Tiësto or John Digweed have charted and included his tracks in their demanding sets and compilations; all this has made prestigious sound festivals like such as FIB Heineken, Creamfields Andalucía, Buenos Aires and Klubbers’ Meeting have recent and exceptionally witnessed his great ‘techno period’.