Zenon Marko is a composer, producer, electronic musician, DJ, drummer, and philosopher residing in New York City. Marko produces, composes, and performs in genres ranging from ambient, electronic, neoclassical, downtempo, rock, progressive, techno, house, "world", dub, and improvisational. His work has been released and on the charts internationally, and placed in TV programs, ad campaigns, fashion shows, and other live events. He works under his own name as well as under various project names, including that of his collaboration Metasonica with Boris Berlin. Marko owns Disreality, a music production company, studio, and label in TriBeCa in downtown NYC. In addition to his music projects, Marko is currently completing a Ph.D. in philosophy at The New School. In 2019, he released his debut solo album, the symmetrical concept album "Symmetry", in an ambient/electronic style, which will also be re-created in other genres, including neoclassical and dub techno. Marko has also formed Sense Time, a new dub techno project with Alex Haas. A new multi-genre multi-lingual downtempo project is also in development. In 2021, Marko has released his second solo album, "Morning Star", a set of ambient piano works created in memory of his late mother.
Clients, collaborators, and projects include:
Metasonica, Sensualism, ZYX Records, Buddha Bar, Media Records, Avex Records, The Onassis Foundation, Café del Mar, Release Musiq, National Sawdust, Disreality, theles, George V Records, Boris Berlin. Ricardo Romaneiro, Alex Haas & Bill Laswell, The American Irish Historical Society, Changez le Beat, Koresh Dance Company, University of the Arts, The New York Public Library, Solar One, Peter Monk, Marc-Alan Gray, Devery Doleman, Christian Lohr, Eliana Burki, Sarah Charness, Gloria Justen, Inbal Segev, Simon Critchley (Critchley and Simmons), Fountain Chamber Ensemble, members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Karstadt, Dmitry Wild, Katya Lee, Jackie Christie, Jonathan Peters, Rubin Kodheli....
DJ Clients: see DJ section.