A mainstay of the French House scene, Fred Falke got into music as a bass player in 1995, before catching the remix bug a few years later. It was his discovery of Sugar Hill Records that inspired his aesthetic, mixing instruments and sequencers, and led to him buying what would serve as the foundations of his first home studio: drum machine, synthesizer and four-track tape deck. He teamed up with fellow Frenchman Alan Braxe for 6-year musical partnership which yielded a number of singles, including their most well-known “Intro” (sampling The Jets’ 1987 hit “Crush on You”) in 2000 on Vulture Music. When the two split up he devoted himself to remixing and production. Over the years he’s worked with and remixed a who’s who of pop and underground music: Little Boots, The Gossip, U2, Alesha Dixon, Ladyhawke, Lykke Li, Goldfrapp, Kelis, Jamiroquai, Pet Shop Boys, Ellie Goulding, and La Roux amongst a long list others.
He’s a one man dance floor explosion, inspired by Daft Punk, Snoop Dog, The Neptunes and The Who, influenced by Dennis Wilson, Chic and Paul Williams, Falke is known for incredibly energetic, melodic and danceable tunes that will take you back to the 70’s and have you moving all night long.