Nacho Marco


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Career Highlights
  • DJ since 1992, playing the best clubs and festivals worldwide, including Fabric in London, Pacha in Ibiza, Redlight in Paris, and Propaganda in Moscow, among others
  • DJ at the Sonar Festival (Barcelona, Spain) since 2000, sharing the stage with artists including Grace Jones and Laurent Garnier, among others
  • DJ of the Aston Martin European tour in 2011
  • Current or former artist on the following labels: Odori (Sheffield), Shinichi/Yoshitoshi (Washington, D.C.), Freerange (London), Pacha Recordings (Ibiza), OM Records (San Francisco), Plastic City (Frankfurt), Apt. International (Tokyo), We Play House (Gent), Muak Music (London), Ovum Recordings (Philadelphia), and Classic Music Company (Chicago)
  • Remixer of Shakira, Fangoria, Marc Almond, Groove Armada, and Paul Hardcastle, among others
  • Director and A&R for the label Loudeast Records since 2006
  • Director of the radio show and podcast Loudeast FM since 2008, broadcast on Ibiza Sonica and Pioneer DJ Radio
  • Composer of the original film score for El Kaserón (Just Films) in 2008
  • Mastering engineer at Pacha Recordings (Ibiza) since 2009
  • Teacher at Sociedad General de Autores y Editores (SGAE) since 2005
  • Teacher of the DJ and VJ FP Degree at IMS La Marxadella since 2013
  • Tester and demonstrator of Roland AIRA since 2014
In Their Own Words

“My students learn how to play records, how to scratch them, and how to program music, and they also study the history of dance music focusing on New York, Chicago, and Detroit, Michigan. In the advanced course, I teach sampling and beatmaking. I always try to have them learn the most, regardless of the level that they start from, teaching from my own experience behind the decks and giving them precise tools so that each of them is able to develop their own style as DJs.”

“As an active DJ and producer, the most important thing to me is practice, so I keep them practicing from the first to the last day of class until they learn every secret behind their new instruments: the turntables, mixer, sampler, and drum machine.”