Cesare vs Disorder
Over the past few years, Italian producer Cesare Marchese aka Cesare vs Disorder’s (also Queen Atom/AZIMUTE/Strangers in Heaven/CEZ/Sire Cactus) unique productions and performances behind the decks have gained him recognition within the underground house and techno worldwide community.
In addition to the demanding job of running labels Mean and Serialism together with a Lon- don/Berlin based team, he consistently releases on internationally recognized labels such as BPitch Control (Germany), Get Physical (Germany), Vakant (Germany), Dumb Unit (Canada), Clink (USA) Stock5 (Germany), Thema (USA), Safari Elec- tronique (Uk), SthlmAudio (Switzerland), Archipel (Canada), Remake Musique (France), Resopal (Germany), to name a few.
Since being named one of Beatport’s Ones to Watch’ in 2009, Cesare has traversed the globe, playing at some of the best clubs alongside some of the biggest names in the industry. This summer he built upon his growing international profile with a successful debut at the Detroit Electronic Music Festival as well as the usual showcases at Sonar in Barcelona.
When he’s not traveling, Cesare spends his time in the studio, the fruits of his labor included in a number of compilations. In 2009, his track “Mean Land” (Thema) was featured on the Co- coon compilation “Sound of the Tenth Season: mixed by Sven Vath. As Queen Atom, his track “Enemy Of Time” was included on the 3rd Watergate CD mixed by Konrad Black. This year, a track from his “Le Plaisir” EP on Clink Recordings, co-produced with Mikael Stavostrand, was added to Camea’s well-received Clinkology compilation and also included on the acclaimed Damian Lazarus’ “Get Lost Vol.4” compilation on CrossTown Rebels.
Currently, Cesare continues to add to his prolific body of work, by dropping two EP’s on Dumb Unit with Jeremy Caulfield and Mikael Stavostrand, a ep with Inxec, Konrad Black & Cesar Merveille that will hit the street in the next months. Never slowing down, he also just completed a remix for Bang On out on Ninja Tune’s hip-hop imprint, Big Dada.
Having lived for many years in London, 4 years Cesare relocated to Berlin, a city that he’s always held close to his heart.