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Spark Musik



Spark Musik represents the Portugal based independent music label launched in 2010 and run by Steve Parker.

Steve Parker born and raised in the Portuguese city of Porto, grew up on experiencing the summer of Acid and the revolution of House and Techno, and since then dance music always as been present.

Having risen through the techno ranks, Steve Parker today is probably the most successful Tech House / Techno producer on his own country and firmly established himself as one of the most respected new comers around in the DJ world, only because right from the beginning of his first releases in 2007 He setted a higher plan, deciding to aim and work only on quality labels.

With more than 12 printed releases on vinyl and nearly 100 originals / remixes on every digital shop on the web, his music were also included in some internationally Mix Albums such as Secret Cinema Welcome to my club, Azuli Presents Ibiza '11 by James Talk & Olav Basoski.

Steve Parker's had already proved being a quality producer with his music being charted more than 400 times and carry on being included on the playlists by the likes of Sven Vath, Dubfire, Chris Liebing, Josh Wink, Richie Hawtin among many others.
He is now decided to build a wider and solid recognition as a DJ to be able to express his music to every corner of the globe.

With the launch of his own label SPARK MUSIK in December 2010, all the hard work suddenly rewards him with tour dates in New York, Toronto, Zurich, PARIS, London and many other cities including summer festivals in south Spain and Croatia.

Spark Musik is the home platform for a variety of artists such as: Alex Bau, Anthony Castalfo, Cisco Arias, Jon Virtue, Nuklear Default, Subfractal, Tekart, Sejon, Owslah, Andres Gil, Energun, Jeffrey Keenan, Gare Ludena, Frankyeffe, Asio, Android Cartel, Steve Parker, Tony Rohr, Angel Alanis, Lewis Fautzi, amongst many others.

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