Artistically born in 1990 during a performance at the Alter Ego, a well-known club in Verona (Italy) Marco Dionigi’s particular style was immediately noticed by the renowned Art Director Andrea Oliva, who apparently remained enchanted by the miscellaneous of electro-beat and experimental, which clear allusions to the 80s’ electro wave characterized at the time Dionigi’s compositions.Thanks to the peculiar sounds of his style, Dionigi soon became one the most appreciated Italian DJs, and the pieces created in his own studio with the inspiring name of Ursa Major (founded in 1991) developed into instant successes on the dance floors nation-wide. Meanwhile, Alter Ego is turning into one of the main Italian Clubs.In 1993 Dionigi creates a new sound called Slow Motion by merging BPM bass with hypnotic melodies and top resonances of new age/ethno dark wave. This is also the year of the foundation of “Tube Records”, a label that will expand Dionigi’s success across Europe with the unforgettable tracks, Anaconda, Heaven Flute, Le Serpent, Way Out, The Hard Rocks, Seregenti, Manta, Freefall, I’m Not Invisible, Le Tambura, The Ghost, Very Interesting, Cross, If You Wanna Party and Holiday in Africa.Under the artistic direction of Andrea Oliva, Dionigi starts a collaboration with the Mazoom Club, where, for seven years, he basically invents the trendiest Friday nights’ events called “Love Afterhours”. After that he started to experiment the first Vestax CD Player thanks to the birth of laser technology through compact disks.Dionigi enthusiastically jumps into the computer era by realizing sophisticated pieces that are immediately sought by the most famous Italian Clubs: Mazoom, il Muretto, Kinky, Ecu, Area City, and Cocorico. In 1994 the successful partnership with the father of all Italian DJs: Daniele Baldelli, the creator of the Cosmic Sound – a friendship that will inspire important electro-funk projects for several years, and countless pieces of music such as Cosmicdiba and Dibadub (Gomma Records, 1999); the celebrated, particularly in Canada, Funkadiba – The Future Funk (Jaywork, 2003); the Alien Picnic album (Jaywork, 2002), entirely realized by Dionigi.The Dionigi-Baldelli team created their own label, “Pedivelle Records”, which immediately attracts attention with the track I Must Feel Better and the second brilliant album Those Lights (Marco Dionigi). They get noticed by “Eskimo Recordings” and were invited to remix pieces realized by famous artists, among who Holger Czukay, Alicia, Bridges, Spirit, Bronx Irish, Kevin Harrison, The Dream Syndicate, Richard Bone, Torch Song and Arpadis – all tracks are included in the Cosmic Rock album produced by “Eskimo Recordings”.Dionigi currently collaborates with “Prismatikone Records”, with the new branch “Quantistic Division” where he is the A&R Manager.The birth of “Quantistic Division” begins with the need of Marco Dionigi to create a label that represents his own music. “Quantistic Division” will propose Electronic Music, Experimental and House Funk music, reaching new frontiers of sound capes and new wave sounds of the next generation.Marco Dionigi wants to fascinate with new sonorities frontiers with this new label, full of rhythm and minimalistic sound of alien harmonies full with messages. In other words like the quantic physic is taking us to the string theory and into the 11 dimensions of Edward Witten. Dionigi wants to be part of this new frontier of consciousness bringing the music where no one has ever dared before!