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Quentin Mosimann

Paris, France

Electro House, Progressive House

QMP, Serial Records
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QUENTIN MOSIMANN has definitely earned his “Duel”, proving that he has not even scratched his 15 minutes of celebrity fame. Difficult to pinpoint and unexpected, here is an artist who can be discreet while embracing life to the fullest and always surprising us with new discoveries. Today, after an electro pop album « Exhibition » which defined his own genre, he found his own sound and is recording his next electro house album for the end of 2011.

Between his electro house sound and progressive minimal, this really first DJ-singer, author/composer, remixer has proven his talent as a musician and vocalist, always entertaining the public. After a double gold record, he seduces more and more the modern youths mostly with his vocal and tactile assets in both clubs or in public appearances. You find his originality through a direct interactivity with his audience, struck by an atypical voice.

Dipped in the universe of Electro since very young, it is with his followers Christian Sims (“Game Over”, “Flash”) and John Revox (“Olé”) that he created the group “Hot Vocation” (“Hot Vocation”, “Holiday”) under the pseudo name “John Louly”. Constantly bettering his creativity, he surpasses the challenges of the music industry filling up arenas and concert halls, (The Duel Tour 2009 was sold out everywhere, Exhibition Tour 2010 took notably place at Paris Olympia theater for two days) and discotheques worldwide : in France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Italy, Greece, Spain…

Thus, the prestigious artistic collaborations being associated with the public’s enthusiasm are springboards without precedence. Fred Rister (execute producer of David Guetta with ”Love Is Gone”, “When Love Takes Over”, his first single “Cherchez Le

Garcon”), Tocadisco (“Tomorrow Can Wait”, “Walking Away”), Tepr & Grandmarnier, DJ Furax (who he produced “Orange Theme” and “Big Orgus remix” for), David Vendetta (“I love u”), and most recently, DJ Antoine (“What Did I Say”), Sir Colin (“Scratch Da House Showbizz”), Julien Creance (“Take a look”) and Jean Roch (“My love is over”).

Today, Quentin Mosimann is not only an up and coming DJ-singer but an established phenomenon confirmed by Internet stats : more than four millions webpage visits in total and thousands of comments left by his fans who specially appreciate his DJ spinning. On one evening, 45 000 people partied to his sounds during his most successful set.

This DJ who sings motivated by the desire to surprise, has created his own eclectic innovative style, offering to the most skeptic, the capacity to change without notice and offering the non skeptic, the satisfaction of an exceptional show.