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Since graduating from ACM’s Audio Production School (Higher Diploma and Degree), Marco Giuliani (aka Last Japan) has been on a journey of musical exploration. After exploding onto the UK dance scene and fast becoming one of the most in demand remixers for the likes of Atlantic, Sony and Universal, Marco recognised that the industry and his sound was changing.

Two years on from his last visit to ACM, Marco talks us through his sound changes and the challenges he’s faced moving away from the dance scene and into 2 Step Garage, infused with Grime, Funky & Dubstep.

More recently, Marco completed a music synch and featured in for a forthcoming Nokia advertisement and has recently signed to a new bigger name label.

“ACM has been a part of getting me to where I am – it’s got great facilities to get you off the ground and it’s given me the confidence to work in bigger studio environments”
Last Japan Reflecting on ACM

ACM would like to thank Marco for visiting ACM and taking the time to catch us up on his recent projects. For more information about Last Japan and his latest tracks follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Soundcloud.


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