Marvin Coronel is a Mexican DJ / Producer from Playa del Carmen, Q Roo, Mexico. There are very few DJs and producers left from the early years of house music, but Coronel’s continues to thrive, still DJing, remixing and making dance music.
"It's not easy to describe my sound. This is because I play a broad spectrum of the House genre, as long as it fits in a single set. I have a great focus on the rhythms and percussions in my sets and productions. So, if I have to try to put it in a genre, it's electronic music with a lot of Disco vibes, Latin flavor and with many vibrations! "
Creating a scene is not easy, but that is what Coronel has been doing in the electronic music scene in Mexico for the past 17 years. He’s one of the most important and reliable names in the Mexican electronic music scene. His unstoppable curiosity about electronic music, in all its forms and branches, keeps him abreast of what happens on dance floors around the world.
Experiencing a party with him in the Mexican Caribbean is not only an opportunity to dance all night with the most encouraging rhythms but also a new music update. Throughout the ’90s, the rave phenomenon earned him a name and opened many doors worldwide. Years have passed and Coronel is still evolving his musical sounds.
In 2003, he won his place as the most popular DJ in Mexico, and thanks to that he made the international leap to DJ booths across Europe and Asia.
In 2004, after his tour of Europe and Asia, he was awarded the title of resident DJ in one of the most important places of the electronic music movement in the Riviera Maya, Mexico: Coco Maya Beach Club, this happens thanks to his increasing number of public appearances in events throughout the Yucatan Peninsula and its participation in international mass events.
In 2007, he started his year at the big opening party, for one of the best electronic music festivals in the world, The BPM Festival ©.
Over the past decade, Coronel has taken his talent to other countries and participates in major international festivals, sharing the stage with artists such as Sander Kleinenberg, Hernán Cattaneo, Paul Oakenfold, Chris Fortier, David Morales, Sandy Rivera, Joey Negro, Jamiroquai, Junior Jack, Modjo, Erick Morillo, Roger Sanchez, Andres Mijangos, Moby, Fatboy Slim, Guti, Deenasty, Mr. Mike, Dario D 'Attis, Victor Simonelli, Tony Humpries, Mark Knight, Joeski, Harry Romero, Kenny Dope, Louie Vega, Paul Johnson, Green Velvet, Danny Tenaglia, Sean Miller Danny Howells, Dubfire, Andrew Grant, Luca Baccheti, Dirty South, Richie Hawtin, Carlo Lio, Steve Lawer, Jamie Jones, Debora De Luca, Lee Foss, Patrick Topping, Lee Foss, Seth Troxler, Richie Ahmed, Mickey, Hot Since 82, Copyright, Wade, Sharam Jey, Tapesh, Tigger Strips, Eats Everything, The Junkees, Saeed Younan, Luciano, Sven Vath, Mirko Loco, Ricardo Villalobos, Argy, Darious Syrrosian, David Squillace, Nicole Moudaber, Marco Carola, Crazy Says , Nick Fanciulli, Deep Dish (Sharam & Dubfire), Sander Kleinenberg, Hernán Cattaneo, Paul Oakenfold, Sander Van Doorn, Tiesto, Chris Fortier, Audiojack, Stefano Noferini, Carl Cox, Peggy Gou, Nina Kravitz, Victor Calderone, Ellen Alien, Magda, Steve Angello, Felix Da House Cat, Gabriel and Dresden, Anthony Pappa, Paul Van Dyk, Bob Sinclar, Stan Kolev, Mr C, Pirupa, Adam K, Miss Kittin, Laidback Luke, Chloe Harris, Audiojack, Chus and Cevallos, Doc Martin, DJ Sneak, Mark Farina , DJ Meme, Basment Jaxx, the most important among many others.
Coronel’s love of disco has always infused his music, originally in his use of samples and nowadays in the form of carefully curated compilations, and his latest album, ‘Produced With Love’, is no exception, drawing on the entire history of the genre and bringing it completely up to date.