D’julz started his career in 1992. He quickly got a personal style that turned him into one of the leading French DJs. His music is at the cross of house and techno with tribal, dub, funk and breakbeat influences. D’julz sets demonstrate mixing skills and eclecticism – the hallmark of any big DJ.
D’julz played in what is now known as Paris first legendary raves: Soma, Lunacy, Borealis, and in the best French clubs. Rex, Queen, Palace, Gibus, L’Enfer… to name a few. In 1993 he moved to New York, where he became for one year the principle ambassador of the French sound. there D’julz spun at the famous NASA raves and in such clubs as: The Loft, Club USA, Tunnel, Limelight…
Back in Europe he featured in major clubs: Cafe d’Anvers, Fuse, Food, Mirano, La Rocca (Belgium); Plastic People, the End (England); Planet (Germany), Chemistry, Mazzo, Nighttow (Holland); and Space, KM5, Pacha (Ibiza, Spain).
In 1997 D’julz started his own monthly night at the Rex called “Bass Culture”. He became resident for Magic garden and Scream two of the best party promotors in France and a regular guest at the Respect night at the Queen, and at the Batofar famous afterparties.
Recently D’julz has been DJing for 3 years in a row at the Paris Techno parade for more than 200,000 people. He has also been back to NY where he played at Twilo.
He now holds residencies at the Rex Club and the famous Magic Garden parties in Paris, Barcelona’s La Terrazza, Hi-Tech Soul Movement at More in Amsterdam, as well as regular stints to Fabric in London. D’Julz also have a weekly radio show on France’s number one house/techno station FG.
Last year D’Julz was elected the 7th best DJ in the world by the readers of French Magazine TRAX
As a producer, D’julz is currently gaining respect, from the major house DJs with both his tracks and remixes released on major lables such as Maya, Serial, Ovum, 20:20 Vision, Paper, and now The End.
His records are in the box of Josh Wink, Laurent Garnier, Darren Emerson, Carl Cox, Layo and Bushwaka, Mr. C, Sneak, Derek Carter, Ralph Lawson, Doc Martin, Silicone Soul and H-Foundation to name a few.