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The New Hip House
Juicy Beach Anthem
No stranger to the music industry, Mixin' Marc is considered by most as one of the busiest DJs in the business. Getting behind the decks at 14, Marc immediately saw an opportunity to excel beyond other DJ's in the Chicago area. March of 1997, he entered the elite Winter Music Conference Mix-Off in Miami. Marc not only walked away with the title that year, but repeated his success in 1998 AND 1999!
Fast forward to 2000, where as The Static Brothers Mixin' Marc and Alex Peace released their debut EP, "The Trip," on Logic Records. This high-energy hit catapulted onto every dance floor in America, becoming a #3 breakout on Billboard's Dance Charts and propelling their production careers. His second release, "Turn It Up 2000" on Flash Traxx Records filled out Marc's release schedule for the end of 2000. Don't let Marc's successful vinyl career fool you, it isn't the only project on his plate. Between appearances in every major city across America and mixing up his unique style of dance hits on Chicago's prestigious B96 FM, Marc still finds time for a busy CD compilation career.
The year 2000 yielded a slew of CD releases for Marc including "4 The Clubheadz 2," "Club Series Vol.3" and finally UC music's latest venture into 2001 "Massive Underground." Although Marc's successes have been noticed as of late, he has always been on the forefront of dance music in the US. Previous co-production credits include "Club Series 1 & 2," DJ Irene's "Hard House Diva" and "UC '98." As of Jan. 2001, Marc's "Club Series" compilations have sold more than 30,000 copies, making it the second highest grossing CD in UC history!
Currently dividing his time between his hometown of Chicago and gigs in such places as Cancun and New York City, Mixin Marc is requested by his fans time and time again. Not just an experienced club resident, Marc pumps the crowd at raves all across the country. Guest spots with other heavyweights in the scene include Dave Ralph, Frankie Bones, DJ Skribble, Richard Humpty Vision, Charles Feelgood and B96 jock Bad Boy Bill. Recently headlining alongside DJ Irene and Armand Van Helden, Mixin' Marc has received praise not only for his abilities, but also for his demeanor. A professional to the core, music is his life... and his passion. Now working into 2001, expect only the best from Mixin' Marc... and that's exactly what you'll receive. Top of the line bangin' club hits, a blend of rich trance with a touch of domestic and European techno.