is the DJ/producer name of Paris webdesigner Arnaud Malherbe. He gained some respect on the deep house scene in 2001. He released one album in 2007.
Spiders / snakes / alligators / sharks / lobsters – as in salads, roasted, sautéed, or cold with mayo – simply delicious!
Boris Vian. Thought-provoking, innovative 50’s writer. / Charles Bukowski. Crazy mind, abstract visionary of the decadence. / Charles Baudelaire. This might seem an easy pick, but no – just read it over and over and you’ll understand the genius. / Paul Verlaine. Genius part 2, see above. / Milan Kundera. I like the way he mixes philosophy and fiction.
«Guide de Paris». To enjoy the secret itineraries of Paris. / «Guide Michelin». I’m a foodie, always in search of a new gourmet hot spot. / «Guide du routard». Travel light. Just bring this with you and you’ll be fine. / a dictionnary. Because I like to play with words and I love the subtlety of the French language. / The holy bible. Cause I’m on a mission from god.
the Muppets / Tournesol / Marsupilami / La Linéa / Pif Gadget
Playin 4 the City. A top French deep house producer. / Inner City. Cause you can have a good life and big fun. / City Boy Records. Eddie Flashin’ Fowlkes – the unsung hero of Detroit. / Motor City. I don’t need my driving licence to travel. / Ten City. That’s the way love is!
Chez Michel – The real Parisian cafe down the corner, essential. / Les Taulières – My second home. An intimate bar full of friends where I can play anything and drink the best cocktails. / Le Rex – The French Mecca of Techno. Playing there is always a treat. Club LePressing – Our new club in second life. Parties every month. Le Bourget – the exhibition centre where I saw Derrick May play. It changed my life forever.
Finger Mag. Of course! / Vibrations. One of the best and most eclectic magazines in the world. / Echo des Savanes. Girls and shenanigans! / AntiJour. The diary of underground Paris nightlife, with contributions by international stars / Voxer. Beautiful Belgian graphic design magazine.
Amandine / Emma / Valentine / Chloé / Aurélie
One of my favourite producers. This album is not a classic from Ayers but has been sampled for the best house tracks ever... Monster!
It holds a unique place in the pantheon of jazz classics. The mood that Miles establishes makes us feel like we’re on a hill in Andalusia.
It’s Prince’s most diverse album to date, featuring a wide array of musical styles — rock, pop, soul and funk, with various cues taken from dance, electronic and jazz styles as well. A must by a legend!
The best of C2 productions. «Landcruising» is a misunderstood album. Try to listen to it reading a Lovecraft Story... galactic music. The sound of the future!
Produced by Joe Sample from the Crusaders. When the salsa hits the funk, it becomes massive!
Abstract grooves from Mr. Craig again. The vocal is beautiful. The bass is fat. Exploding progressively like a symphonic cascade on the dance floor.
The first time I listened to this remix, I was thinking it was an old Bjork Remix by the Def Club crew or Francois Kevorkian. It’s very new and it’s so deeeep! Well done, Mr. Pearson!
Released on Boombastic Records, the talented Charles Webster turns this old garage classic into a deep vocal version. Check also the remix he did of «Mystic River» for me on Dialect.
A paradise garage classic. Legenday Larry Levan gives a monster funk remix. The whole Padlock album is huge, and the cover is beautiful.
The godfather of techno gives his vision of this unique track. It’s called «Illusion First Mix» and it lasts more than 11 minutes. An amazing trip!
I stopped that shit.
Mike Tyson / Bruce Lee / Carl Lewis / André Agassi / Johnny Weissmuller