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Mark e Quark

Mark e Quark

Mark e Quark


In 1988, at the age of 18, Mark began Djing on KCR and KSDT FM college radio in San Diego, CA. By 1989, he was a resident dj in San Diego's premier 18 and over nightclub, SOMA, playing acid house, industrial, disco, and other varieties of electronic dance music. During his three year residency at SOMA, he was responsible for increasing the clientele from about 200-300 people to about 800-1000 people on a typical Saturday night. By 1990 he had already begun to phase out the industrial sound and began to play strictly house and techno Read more on Last.fm
In 1988, at the age of 18, Mark began Djing on KCR and KSDT FM college radio in San Diego, CA. By 1989, he was a resident dj in San Diego's premier 18 and over nightclub, SOMA, playing acid house, industrial, disco, and other varieties of electronic dance music. During his three year residency at SOMA, he was responsible for increasing the clientele from about 200-300 people to about 800-1000 people on a typical Saturday night. By 1990 he had already begun to phase out the industrial sound and began to play strictly house and techno, which contributed to the steady crowd for the next few years.

In 1991, while maintaining his residency at SOMA, he collaborated with roommate/soundman, Brian Weinberg and Playskool's Paul Smith to turn a 6,000 ft. warehouse space in to an underground club venue. In 1992, he was offered a residency in a popular downtown club called Club Geraldine's where he maintained a steady and increasing audience for 2 years. After being offered a residency at Playskool, another popular downtown club, he stopped working at SOMA and Club Geraldine's.

He remained a resident DJ at Playskool for over 4 years, building up one of San Diego's biggest house nightclubs. Mark was eventually maintaining his own night called G-Force at an underground club, The Flame. He contributed to the club's increasing popularity for over 4 years. Although he was successful in San Diego, he wanted to be closer to warehouse music was blowing up and being made.

Mark also wanted to challenge himself in a city filled with other talented djs. As a result, he moved to San Francisco in 1996. In San Francisco, he quickly gained respect and played at legendary parties such as The Gathering, Basics, By the People, Stompy, Dig In, and Sunset. In addition, Mark began a weekly Sunday night called Bionic Peanut Butter at The Top with other popular San Francisco djs, Solar and IZ (Chicago).

In order to better organize my work load, he began working through several agents including Joy Connoly of Champion Sound and Stephanie Luciano of Til Dawn Entertainment. Mark began traveling throughout the United States and Canada as well as Europe, receiving resounding credit in France. He has played alongside DJs such as Doc Martin, Derrick L. Carter, Kenny Hawkes, Mark Farina, and the list goes on.

He has recently moved to Seattle to concentrate on building up his own music studio. He continues to travel throughout the U.S. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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