Fabrizio Marra was born in Italy on Lake Como in 1971 and his career started at the age of twenty, playing in the small bar in his village. He was immediately passionate about the art of deejaying and he started to make his own connection with other DJs around the world.

Being a good friend of Victor Simonelli, he started to make his own music with Paul Wilthshire and his Mu Sol brand. He always loved vocal and soulful beats which was why his own first works was melodic and vocals; basically pure house and soulful. In the further years he grew up and built his own career by changing his style following the electronic scene.

He is an artist that continues to evolve and develop with consummate ease. New sounds, new developments and new frontiers all remain an instrumental part of his thrust forward as one of the planet’s leading underground house music tastemakers. As a producer he continues to smash preconceptions about not only his style but the wider spectrum of house and techno as well. 

His style remains perfectly emblematic of the dancefloor’s dexterity required in the modern club space, bringing the seductive groove and swing of classic house just as readily as the energy of techno. There are few who balance musical maturity with an exciting creative edge and its the experience informed from his illustrious past combined with the forward thinking surge to the future that makes his musical manoeuvres so irresistibly potent.

He started to collaborate with big brands, especially with Ibiza Global Radio which brought him to play in the most famous clubs such as Amnesia, Sankeys and Pacha. After that he moved to Dubai where he had his own residency and parties; hosting global DJs like Timo Maas and DJ T and having a change as well to play at Pacha in Dubai alongside Todd Terry, Frankie Rizardo and many more. 

His biggest experience ever was in 2013 when he was invited to play at Ministry of Sound in London alongside legends Frankie Knuckles, David Morales and Justin Berkman for DEF MIX’s 25th Birthday.

Fabrizio is currently collaborating with a historical electronic music party, based in Naples, called Aperipulp and has also played at the Extrema Festival in Eindhoven, Holland alongside Danny Tenaglia, DJ Sneak, Carl Cox, Loco Dice, Cassy and others. 

Due to the pandemic in the last year he was focused on making new music and is in the process of releasing two new EPs; one with Endless Worldwide Records and the other with the Krafted Music label supported by Pete Tong and Paul Oakenfold. By July 2021 he will start to play again and you can find him in Beirut, Berlin, London and many more to come.