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Sam La More

Sydney, Australia

Asterix Music, Cr2 Records, Downright
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Sam La More is an electronic musician and has written, produced, mixed, remixed and performed his way around the world. Working with a range of predominantly electronic artists, La More has been responsible for shaping the electronic music scene and the careers of artists including Gwen Stefani, Empire of The Sun, Pnau, Sneaky Sound System, Darren Emerson (Underworld) and his own Tonite Only.

La More has toured his live and DJ shows throughout Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA, Japan, Lebanon, Spain and Canada. He regularly performs at festivals and clubs to as many as 20,000 people per show (Big Day Out 2010 & 2002, Future Music Festival 2010, stereosonic 2008 & 2007, Good Vibrations Festival 2005, Subliminal / Underwater 2004 and BBC Radio 1 Miami WMC 2003).

La More’s production can also be heard on multiple international number 1 records including Gwen Stefani’s debut solo hit “What You Waiting For”, Pnau’s self-titled 2007 album which he produced and co-wrote and the Potbelleez hit single “Don’t Hold Back”, voted Australia’s best dance song (Apra Awards 2008).

La More’s remixes consistently top the ARIA club charts and regularly become radio singles in their own right including those for Empire of The Sun, Bag Raiders, Sneaky Sound System, Lovers Electric, Kaskade, Miami Horror, Pnau, The Freestylers, Princess Superstar and Arthur Baker, Robbie Williams and Gus Gus. The remixes La More produced as Tonite Only include “Pictures” for Sneaky Sound System and “All this Love” for The Similou which dominated the number 1 spot in the ARIA club charts for an unprecedented 6 months of 2006.

La More has sold hundreds of thousands of DJ compilations including the “Clubbers Guide” series and “In The Club” for Ministry of Sound and “Pacha” (Australia / Ibiza).

Sam La More lives in Sydney, Australia and works in London, Los Angeles and New York city. He is passionate about his contributions to charity including the Make Poverty History organisation.