- Nocturnal Admissions: Marco V
A DJ receiving death threats? Perhaps some people just don't like electronic music, because the Dutch DJ/producer Marco V seemed like a pretty nice guy when the Weekly chatted with him. But sometimes these things happen when you've reached an international level and are border-hopping around the globe to countries which may be unstable.
Marco V decided to skip that gig in Syria a few years ago, even though he might have been one of the first international DJs to play there. On the other side of the globe, Las Vegas is looking forward to his arrival May 23 when Marco V will spin at Wet Republic.
"Nowadays I don't know what I make or produce or play," says the industry veteran Marco. "But it's very melodic and it's epic. That's what I like and that's what I always liked," he says. "Most of the times I play very energetic sounds. They can expect me to play a lot of energy."
In this week's podcast, Marco V chats about his current album, Propaganda, how to tell a Dutch DJ they're doing a good job in their native language, what he likes about American clubbers and more details about the Syria incident. It's all in the Nocturnal Admissions podcast downloadable for free here.
Music featured in this podcast: "Marco V's TopTen Mix, May 2010"