The prolific Mexican producer and RBMA participant fires up the dancefloor one last time with a powerful mix of deconstructed club cuts.
When Octavio Márquez started going to raves as a teenager, he had no idea he would one day orchestrate the scene. But now he is the DJ behind the booth, unspooling hours of skittery Latin percussion and high-powered bass spiced with heavy doses of reggaeton and baile funk – frenetic music that challenges even the most tireless dancer to stay on the floor. His 2016 debut, Data Nomadics, is a fervent, 16-song album that won critical acclaim and saw him joining the ranks of Mexico City’s NAAFI collective later that year. In this session, he performs the very last set of the Red Bull Music Festival in Berlin and the closing night of RBMA.