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Name: Mark XTC
Music Style: DnB, House
Outlar-Listed Events: 10
Outlar Cross-references: Marcus Intalex, Kaleida, Prophecy, Sol, DJ-DS
Mark XTC Intro:
Whilst this DJ has been a name in the underground rave scene for many years, Mark XTC
is still one of the driving forces behind the North's underground music culture.
From not so humble beginnings, he moved on from winning the title of NORTH WEST D.M.C. DJ Champion in the late 80's to producing his own tunes with the MIX FACTORY. Later drawing on influences gained through an involvement in the rave scene and from a passion for Hip-Hop, Mark XTC
co-founded the DA INTALEX partnership with friend and old work colleague Marcus Kaye, and was soon enjoying the notoriety afforded by the colossal track "What You Gonna Do". This was their first release on FLEX RECORDINGS and has since, in fact, been dubbed as one of the "all time top ten drum and bass tunes".
Throughout the growth of jungle, Mark XTC
was managing Manchester's major record shops and drum and bass outlets, The Spin Inn and Eastern Bloc Records, as well as producing one anthem after another with THE MIX FACTORY, he was also dj-ing at some of the most prolific clubs and events across the UK, Europe and the World, the impressive play-list includes organizations such as Helter Skelter, Dreamscape, The Eclipse (The Edge), Fantasia, Pure X and underground Manchester nights including Guidance, Spellbound, Metropolis, Freshly Cut and Compulsion at 3000 capacity leisure center Bowlers.
From 1993-1999/2000 Mark XTC
and Marcus (DA INTALEX) presented the drum and bass show on the North's leading dance music radio station, Galaxy 102 (formerly Kiss 102) bringing the cutting edge of the industry to the masses in the north.
As co founder of the INTALEX RECORDINGS record label with Marcus and St files, and founder of JUMP UP RECORDS, Mark XTC
released a string of well known tracks, such as "I Like It REMIX" by DA INTALEX and "Jam Hot" by Ill Figure (Marcus Intalex
& St Files), not forgetting "New Dawn" by THE X (Mark XTC
) remixed by Manchester's ST Files. Following these came releases on other labels, including Moving Shadow, Integral, Hard Leaders, Flex, Penny Black/Dread Recordings, Frontline and of course Beatz/Valve recordings. All of which contributed towards him gaining recognition not only as a DJ but also as a record producer. Mark XTC
is now currently concentrating on producing for THE VALVE RECORDINGS GROUP, but is also open to remix work, and as much dj work that he can fit in, With his vast record collection and music knowledge mark can and has been playing different styles of music ranging from, Classic House sets, Old Skool sets, and of course Drum and bass sets.
Past Mark XTC Events ( 10 Listed )
Mark XTC in 2008...
Mark XTC in 2007...
Mark XTC in 2006...
Mark XTC in 2005...
Saturday 31st December ( New Years Eve ) 2005 (7 Years Ago) - Voodoo & Metropolis NYE @ Carling Academy|
Dave Clarke, DJ Bone, Scott McGill, Bill Heckle, Steve Shiels & Brendan Long, Plus DnB Arena: Grooverider, Pendulum, Mampi Swift, DJ Friction, Die & Clipz, Bad Company, Futurebound, Sappo, Altern 8...
Mark XTC in 2004...
Mark XTC in 2003...
Friday 17th October 2003 (10 Years Ago) - Sophonic @ Zanzibar|
Mark XTC (Valve - Dread), System D (Belgium Turntablist), Si Smith (Dread - Emotif), Sol (Mix N Blen - Hardleaders), Asok (Nwdnb), Plus MC S.A.S / MC Deval
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