After Recordings featuring Markus Schulz – Episode 4
Markus Schulz is a German DJ and trance amusic producer from Germany. He lives in the USA, Miami Florida. He has helped out such famous musicians as Depeche Mode, Madonna, Everything But The Girl, Telepopmusik, Fat Boy Slim. Markus Schulz is as of now a legend of EDM.
Markus Schulz at 13 years old moved to the USA. He came into contact with electronic music as a young person. In the beginnings, he was an occupant of “The Works” club in Phoenix. He also managed the Edge Factor radio show, and together with C.L. McSpadden made the label Plastic Records.
DJ Mag Top 100
In the DJ Mag Top 100 positioning he showed up without precedent for 2004. At that point taking the thirty-second place. After a year it was the twenty-first. In the next years, it additionally expanded its situation in the positioning. It was the nineteenth and thirteenth places separately in 2006 and 2007. At that point in 2008-2010 it came eighth. In 2011 he completed ninth and in 2012 thirteenth.
Schulz teamed up with so famous artists as: Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Andy Moor, Gabriel and Dresden, Airwave, Interstate, Justine Suissa, Sarah Howells, Carrie Skipper, Anita Kelsey, Arnej, Marcus Schössow, Max Graham and Elevation. He played in numerous clubs the world over. He was a DJ at different celebrations and occasions: Nature One, Dance Valley, Monster Massive, Together As One, Love Parade or Global Gathering.
The City Albums
Markus is likewise answerable for one of the most regarded compilation album series in trance history.
Commencing in 2005 in Miami, its city-bouncing idea has accordingly arrived in Ibiza in ’06, Amsterdam in ’08 and Toronto in ’09. In 2010 it homed in on Las Vegas (for a collection that Mixmag stated: “dealt with the uncommonness of satisfying everyone’s expectations” and “positioned as his best yet”) and in February 2011 it came back to Europe to concentrate on Prague.
Giving a microcosmic perspective on his sound, the collections have become crucial for fans CD and mp3 collections, with each new travelogue version acquiring a new influx of supporters. The Amsterdam ’08 release was assigned for an IDMA award for Best Full Length DJ Mix (around the same time that Markus brought home the trophy for Best American DJ).