Receiving his first set of turntables in 1989, Manuell Le Saux became hooked on spinning and quickly tried his hand at professionally DJing. It didn’t take long for him to succeed and he found himself working as the resident DJ at Palladium Club in Rome where he stayed for 10 years. He expanded beyond Palladium in 1996 when he started guest DJing at a multitude of night clubs in Italy, many of which were world renowned for the caliber of DJ’s which worked there—place such as: Area 51, Cyborg, Red Zone, Exogroove, Hollywood and Gheodrome. With his name circulating all throughout Italy it was not long until Le Saux was playing with world renowned DJ’s and in front of thousands of party-goers. Additionally, he frequented Italian radio shows including, Power Station, Radio Centro Suono and Mondo Radio. Le Saux shifted his attention from DJing and production in order to focus on schooling where he was studying biology. It wasn’t until 2000 that he got back to DJing new gigs and working on the radio. After noticing much of his career was based around the airwaves, in 2003 he became the resident DJ for ETN.fm and drew in an even larger fan base. One of the more recent highpoints for this DJ/producer was when his remix of Deep Voices – A New Beginning, which was released on Noizest Records, was played by the legendary DJ, Armin Van Buuren and receives continual airplay on numerous stations.