He is truly an icon in dance music. He cemented this status through relentless touring and with releases across a wide variety of respected labels such as; Tronic, Intec, Drumcode, Toolroom and 1605 to name a few. After his critically acclaimed Dragon Man LP on John Digweed’s Bedrock label in 2011, Marco released the notable Stella EP on Intec followed by Jungle Laps on Bedrock in 2012.
Esteemed artists such as Adam Beyer, Speedy J, Christian Smith, Joseph Capriati, Dave Angel, Ken Ishii and Sian all remixed Marco, always citing the fact that they are honored to work with someone they so admire and respect.
Marco’s certainly not just releasing on other artists’ labels. His own imprint, MB Elektronics saw him churn out no less than five separate EPs in 2012 alone. This was followed up by what some techno aficionados have dubbed a masterpiece, his 12 track album High Volume which dropped in 2013 along with his very up close and personal documentary Marco Bailey.
Marco is a festival fixture at some of the most prestigious shows in the world such as Tomorrowland (NL), Time Warp (NL), Awakenings (NL), I Love Techno (BE), Nature One (DE), Wire (JP), and Monegros (SP).
On the clubbing side, he is a lauded techno ambassador at venues like Zouk (SG), Ageha (JP), Industrial Copera (ES), and Chinese Laundry (AU) and with his annual guest appearances at Carl Cox’s Revolution events at Space in Ibiza, Marco has affirmed his legend and well-earned place at the top.
Marco continues to adapt and challenge the status quo each week with his radio program Electronic Force which is heard by millions of listeners in more than 50 countries. This, coupled with his innovative production genius, passport filling tour routine, and never ending love and energy for techno culture makes Marco Bailey one of our truest icons.