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Marzziano returns to Witty Tunes with ‘From South of Mars’

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Witty Tunes extends its label roster with Marzziano, who strikes with a peak-time single track titled ’From South of Mars’. Another super-talented Spanish artist, who is not the first Malaga based producer in the history of our label, but quite likely not the last one.

Marzziano also known as Elek(Spain), born in Zaragoza,1985. His artistic career began around 2001 when started visiting the most important clubs in the country such as Florida135, where he gradually discovered the Techno Culture and the artist of the time, that was reason enough to awake his interest in electronic music and get into full in the industry.

His first steps as a Dj were in small raves and clubs in this city, shortly after the professional scene led him to move to Marbella, a well known and important town in the province of Malaga, where he currently resides and where began to take his first steps as a music producer and raised his facet, Dj.

Marzziano has made and enjoys many people in some of the most influential clubs in Spain, Fabrik, Industrial Copera, Cafe del Mar, Akuarela, Olivia Valere, Playa Padre. He’s shared the Dj booth with well-known artists such as Nina Kraviz, The Martinez Brothers, Seth Troxler. His technique of production and skills in the mix are solid reasons for Marzziano to have earned the respect of his colleagues in the industry and the most demanding public

We premiere ‘From South of Mars’ on Data Transmission, check it out here and grab it on Beatport.

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