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Sound 048 – Marco Faraone

We’re very excited about the possibility of TomorrowWorld returning to the U.S. in 2018. The announcement comes just as its parent festival, Tomorrowland, wraps it’s 2017 edition in Belgium with not 1 but 2 amazing weekends. This festival has something for just about every taste in electronic music but offers a solid lineup of many of the biggest DJs in the techno genre today. Considering there are far too few techno festivals in the U.S., we can’t wait to hear more details of this epic festival’s return.

Looking back at Tomorrowland 2017, there were many great performances from several DJs across both weekends. Earlier, we shared a set from DIRTYBIRD boss man, Claude Vonstroke, which was a mix of funky house and techno. Today, we bring you a set from Marco Faraone from the Drumcode Stage, which featured Amelie Lens, Pan-Pot, Joseph Capriati, Adam Beyer, and Cirez D. Marco Faraone is from Tuscany, Italy but has traveled the world playing to crowds at many of the best festivals and venues. We actually first heard Marco play at Schimanski in Brooklyn, New York where he played alongside Chris Liebing. He’s been on our radar ever since. His style is quite versatile but always full of energy, which has contributed to his success as both a DJ and producer. He has released tracks on several labels, most notably Drumcode, but has releases on Desolat, Be As One, SCI+TEC, Moda Black, and Truesoul. With so many amazing DJs at Tomorrowland it can be hard to stand out, but Marco Faraone held his own like a boss. His set featured such producers as Ramiro Lopez, Rebekah, Robert Hood as well as his own tracks. If you haven’t heard Marco Faraone play, take a listen to his live set from Tomorrowland below!!!

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