Sébastien Léger is a French house DJ and producer, whose singles "Hit Girl", "Hypnotized" and "Aqualight" have become hit dance singles played in clubs across Europe. His work has included remixes of Duran Duran's "Falling Down",
Style and historyEdit
Frequently touring and producing with Chris Lake, his single Aqualight was a collaboration between the two. Léger has built on his skills as a trained pianist and drummer. He speaks English, Dutch and French.
He was interviewed with the Ministry of Sound representative on Ministry of Sound TV, along with Chris Lake. Léger operates a radio show, Sessions, on Ministry of Sound internet radio where he plays his own remixes and hits. Famous remixes include Kylie Minogue, Justin Timberlake, Duran Duran, Groove Armada and Ali Love. The unofficial album Falling Down Remixes features two of Sébastien's Duran Duran recordings.
Sébastien Léger owns and manages his own record label, Mistakes Music.
On 10 May 2008, Léger made his debut on BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix, providing two hours of house, techno and minimal music. He played mostly material from his own record label, although he also used the chance to showcase his own remix of "Around The World" by Daft Punk. According to Sébastien Léger's own MySpace blog, he will never release this version and intends to use it solely as a DJ tool in his sets. Also in 2008, Sébastien Léger released an updated version of the Detroit techno classic "Knights Of The Jaguar" on his label Mistakes Music. The track became an underground hit after being supported by numerous popular DJs.
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