You know the Stephane K sound - very deep, often dark and always sexy as hell - straight from the grooviest alleys of New York City and into the world’s best clubs. Superstar DJs John Digweed, Danny Howells, Danny Tenaglia and Pete Tong were among the first to champion the Stephane K sound and made it an international sensation.
What was “the new sound of New York” has gone well beyond the banks of this metropolis and is now a global craze.
There is a certain texture and mood to every track.
Stephane has an affinity for good, quality vocals (but not the over-the-top diva kind), steamy percussion and twisted, tribal efx.
This formula has been used time and again in the construction of some of the most popular remixes of the last decade.
Stellar remix portfolio includes reworkings of Kosheen’s “Hide U”, Satoshi Tomiie’s “Love In Traffic”, New Order’s “Crystal”, Nat Monday’s “Waiting”, Hybrid’s “True To Form”, Moony’s “Doves”, Puretone’s “Addicted To Bass”, The Crystal Method’s “You Know It’s Hard”, Sinead O’Connor’s “Troy” and Iio’s classic anthem, “Rapture”.
Although this list features artists representing many different musical styles, they have one thing in common - these tracks have all been made into dance floor hits.
Most notable are the remixes of Kosheen’s “Hide U” (which won them remix of the year at the 2001 Muzik Awards, entered the UK Top 10 at # 6 and topped Billboard’s Hot Dance Music / Club Play chart), Sinead O’Connor’s “Troy” (topped Billboard’s Hot Dance Music / Club Play chart) and Iio’s “Rapture” (hit #2 on both the U.K. singles chart and on the Billboard Hot Dance Music / Club Play chart.) Beyond remixing, their acclaimed original productions including “I Love You” and “Wish You Were Here” continue to earn them respect worldwide.
A dance and rap duo formed by RiRi and Lula, mannequins have emotions.
A new icon for TOKYO POP.
They can’t sing or talk so each girl’s agent, “Honey-B”and “W-Trouble”always speak for them.
“Fxxk Boyz Get Money”, released in 2014, became a big hit among teens in the US and Europe with its extreme rap and sexy TWERK dance.
As a girl’s anthem, it received highly acclaimed by fashionistas and influencers around the world.
Its music video was viewed more than 1.5 million times on YouTube.
“Vice” called FEMM a “supergroup”, and got Artist Of The Week at MTV IGGY with 97.97% votes.
Their digital album “Femm-Isation” was released on an indie label and it hit #10 on the Billboard world hit chart.
In Japan, they appear on the Google Android TV commercial “New Android version”, and in 2016, they made a major debut with an EP+1st Album “PoW!/ L.C.S. +Femm-Isation”.
3 consecutive music videos released following their debut were on MTV JAPAN’s heavily played videos.
They also made a debut in UK and selected as the most worth noting artist for 2016 by Huffington Host Entertainment UK and was mentioned on international recognized art website, Creators Project.
A gagaku trap, “animus” by the female rap crew teamed up with FAKY and Yup’ in has been premiered at London’s DAZED.