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Marco Bailey
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Position: 
53

Questions Top100 DJs 2007 - admin - 2015-06-30 17:27

Style: 
Electronic music - from techno to minimal to electro-tech.
Best known for: 
Going crazy behind the DJ booth and trying to give the people an amazing time!
Tune of the year: 
Dubfire 'Ribcage', Kevin Saunderson 'History Elevate 1 (Carl Craig Remix)', Paul Ritch 'Norbahnhof' Beroshima 'Horizon' and Paco Osuna 'Crazy'.
Producer of 2007: 
Tom Hades and Gregor Tresher.
Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2007: 
Cristian Varela, Aldrin, Axelke Karakasis and Bart Skills.
Your musical inspiration: 
I like many styles of music, from jazz and classical to drum & bass, electro, minimal, house and techno!
Best festival on the planet: 
I Love Techno in Belgium, Extrema in Holland, Nature One in Germany and Global Gathering in the UK.
Best bit of kit: 
In the DJ booth, the Pioneer DJM 800, it has such great FX all-in-one.
What tune makes you cry: 
The soundtrack for the movie 'Gladiator', Autechre's 'Vlet' remix on Warp and all of Boards of Canada's tracks.
Naughtiest thing you've done this year: 
Sorry, that's too private for everyone - bed stories with my women!

Marco Bailey's mixture of party techno, minimal and electronic house means he's a permanent fixture at all of the major European festivals and clubs. This year, he's played at Industrial Copera in Granada Spain, Cocoon in Frankfurt, Rex in Paris and Fabric and Turnmills in London, as well as at the Extrema and Nature One festivals in Holland and Germany. But he still rates I Love Techno in Belgium as the best.
"The best club gig was Ageha, in Tokyo," recalls Marco. "It has an amazing soundsystem and an amazing crowd."
No wonder then that his most recent mix CD was recorded live at the venue.

Bailey has also been busy in the studio this year, putting out a number of releases on his MB Elektronics and MB Selektions labels. His next release, 'Saint Paul', features a Gregor Tresher remix, to be followed by his new artist album.

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