Mariano Trocca is a DJ, producer and the director of Arjaus. He’s one of the Argentinian electronic music scene’s most important figures, constantly inspiring younger generations with his live performances, sharing his view on the scene, giving masterclasses all around the world and playing at major venues.
- Buenos Aires Argentina
Mariano’s music has taken him across the world, from the US, Brazil, Peru, Paraguay and Uruguay to many different European countries. Along with the Arjaus crew, he toured all over Argentina, visiting 14 states with his music, knowledge and energy.
Mariano plays at the most important clubs and festivals in his country: Ultra Buenos Aires, Mandarine Park, The Bow and Crobar. He was a resident of the mythic Pacha BA and shared a booth with acclaimed international artists. He also performed live at cultural events such as Sonar +D, Mutek and Red Bull Music Academy.
He has shared the stage with Orquesta Sinfónica UnCuyo, playing two consecutive years alongside 70 classical musicians. For this presentation, he worked on the classical and electronic arrangements, doing an epic show in front of 23,000 people.
His remix of the Argentinean hit “Please Me” by Poncho was edited with Paul Oakenfold’s remix of the track. The album that contained this remix received a Gardel Award for best electronic music record in Argentina. Mariano was also nominated by DJMag LA in 2017 and 2018 for the best Argentinian live performance, winning second place both years.
He is the founder and director of Arjaus. Along with his team, he built its music production content, featuring and interviewing numerous internationally-known artists such as John Acquaviva, Nick Warren, Nick Curly, Gorge, Mihai Popoviciu, Santé and Fabio Florido, among many others.
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