Tommy Marcus has been working for the past 25 years, mostly in the LGBTQ clubs around the world and has collaborated with French pioneer Shazz and was behind the massive hit « Supalove » which was a big club hit and was a Danny Rampling and Joe T Vanneli favourite for years. Tommy has also shared the decks with Bob Sinclar, Carl Cox and was the first French DJ to play at the Berlin Love Parade.
Brut is his first album under Tommy Marcus. It’s a resume of influences and experiences from working at Le Paradis Latin: one of the most successful Cabaret shows in Paris in which Tommy is the musical director.
Interview With Tommy Marcus
1.) Who is Tommy Marcus?
2.) Can you tell us about your new album?
3.) Who are your greatest influences as a artist?
4.) Please tell us about the electronic scene in Paris. What artists do you love past and present that have inspired and encouraged you and what parties that you love going to have helped your musical evolution.
5.) How was it being the french DJ to play at the Love Parade? Those times looked awesome. I bet it was some experience.
It was crazy and also unexpected. I was the « LGBT act » but they were no such kind of boundaries there so it was just a crazy beautiful mixture of people, culture and it was so natural that music unified us.
6.) Can you tell us more about your involvement in Cabaret? How did this come about?
7.) What else can we expect from Tommy Marcus over the next year?
Turn it up & enjoy!