Born in France, Damien has been into electronic music since its tender age. Indeed, at the age
of 11, Damien discovered Jean Michel Jarre and a couple years later, Kraftwerk. Looking
back at that time, it’s the precision and the cleanliness of the sounds which caught Damien’s
attention and developed an endless passion for electronic music.
In 2003 Damien moved to UK, first in Cardiff and then in 2004 to Bristol. He decided to team
up with several friends to create an audio visual club night in Bristol called “Cuisine”. The idea
was to present innovative and interactive events which would place equal emphasis on the
audio and the visual. And it’s at this time that Damien became known for his late marathon
sets, gaining strong exprience from playing before or after international artists including
The Advent, Oxia, Stephan Bodzin, Tony Rohr, Dj 3000, Heiko Laux, Apparat, Redshape,
Arnaud Rebotini, Neil Landstrumm, Bruno Pronsato...
In 2008, Damien started producing music and his search of the simplexity through
music began. This idea can be described as the search of the balance between elegant
melodies, clinical sounds, dissonant noises and bass-heavy drums. And it’s to support this
exploration that Damien co-founded in 2010 the record label called “Apologue”, with
Jamie Curnock, Jobody, and Patrick Bolton [www.apologue.co.uk].
Damien is also working on audio visual installations with Joanie Lemercier [antivj]. They are
currently working on an immersive audio visual performance called “Convex”. They have
already tested the show in several festivals including Bloc Festival [www.convex.me].