Scene: UK. Time: Early 90s. Mark Reeve, 12 years old, gets infected with the electronic virus. UK is in Techno-Rave fever with breaks, beats and bass.
Mark concentrates on the harder Techno sound of London's funky vibes, then develops his own style. At the age of 16, he starts to play regularly as a club DJ. His passion for juicy electric sound then knew no borders.
Middle of the 90s: The Reeves move to Germany - a new start for the young DJ. Mark starts to visit clubs like The Omen and extends his horizon by the sound played in Frankfurt (Germany) by Sven Väth, Ricardo Villalobos and others.
His homebase sound remains tech house and techno with groovy rhythms and bang out beats and most importantly, that hip swinging touch.
In 2011 the big year Mark releases his first EP on Cocoon Recordings and Daybreak On Mars gets its first spin by Cocoon boss himself Sven Väth. Not only the leading track had heavy support from Väth and others but also Lichtkleid got its heavy plays by non other than Minus icon Richie Hawtin.
2012, Mark teamed up with Pig & Dan, which has proved to be an amazing partnership. Soma Records was the first label to finish the final step and release the first EP, which is available now.
Mark will also be releasing his Dice EP on Soma Records in May which makes everything complete. In addition to his EP on Soma Records Mark will also be releasing on one of the biggest techno labels that has been around for more than 16 years Adam Beyer´s Drumcode.
His Debut single on Drumcode was released on 8th of October 2012 and is called Drumatics. Also closely followed in November 2012 with his second EP called With Us for Sven Väth´s Cocoon Recordings.
Not only can his original tracks be heard, but also remix projects have been started and finished from Extrawelt, Dusty Kid, Sian, Justin Berkovi, Marco Bailey - just to name a few.
Mark is known as a non stop DJ. As an artist, he has now had his most important releases on cult label, Cocoon Recordings but also Soma, intec, Drumcode, Bek Audio or Bedrock. His tracks are always a mixture between dancefloor moovers - including groovy rhythms - and big basslines.