Talented Australian heavyweight DJ and producer Steve Marks shows no signs of slowing down and is ready to take over in 2023
Steve Marks continues to ride the success of his late 2021 release tell me lies (Tuneart Records) which repeated the success of its previous collaboration with Charlie Mansell (UK) abandon your daughter (Kiwistage) by mapping in several countries. Her solo release Tell Me Lies became an unofficial theme song for the Amber Herd trial on Instagram and TikTok, amassing over 100 million views and appearing on thousands of videos around the world.
After the reopening of nightclubs at the end of 2021, Steve Marks has been busy playing countless shows across Europe. Despite his busy show schedule in 2022, Steve has managed to release two new collaborations and a remix EP.
Steve Marks has several ongoing projects, and while he’s proud of his back-to-back posts, he still considers his 2016 slot to be Ultra Europe the highlight of his career to date. As Steve continues to evolve his sound, his audience continues to grow as his monthly listeners increase month by month.
Due to his relentless 2021 and 2022 release schedule, Steve has encapsulated and entertained a wide audience across many genres of music. He continued to develop music support network online, including Spotify organization and its constant growth discord community with hundreds of members around the world, collaborating and supporting each other in their pursuit of success. It’s no wonder that Steve’s recent discography has featured numerous collaborations with several international artists.
His euphoric collaboration on melodic bass with Night Sky (USA): Go away (LFTD Global), his killer tech house banger: no clown (Tuneart Records) with Komplvint (CAN), his dreamlike synthwave collaboration with Wilson Serrano (DEN) titled: Digital dreams (Frsh Br3ath Records), and his summer collaboration with Adimusics (IND) titled: voice of summer (LFTD Global) are all proof of its thriving and supportive community.
Melodic bass, tech house, synthwave, melodic house and slap-house have all been explored in 2021 and 2022, and if Steve’s recent social media posts are any indication of what lies ahead, it seems browse the more energetic side of the spectrum.
Steve has polished several slap-house remixes slated for release in 2023, and if his gigs have anything to do with it, I’d say the tracks to watch are his 20th anniversary remix of Britney Spears’ Toxic, and his remix of the 25th Anniversary “Miss A Thing”, a modern take on an Aerosmith classic I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing.
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