|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Rockin' Samba EP||13||Audio||2006-02-00||Cuba Recordings|
|2||Dancing With Moles||4||Audio||2006-07-00||Resopal Red|
|3||Abstracks Vol.1||4||Audio||2008-08-00||Snork Enterprises|
|4||Dancing With Moles||4||Audio||2006-08-00||Resopal Red|
After learning his basics as a DJ since 1996 by running a marathon 8-hour weekly residence at the late lounge "Le Carré" in Paris for 2 years, spinning funk, jazz, salsa, hip hop and electronica into tight, flowing mixes, then for some years in most of the bars and clubs of Paris, Eyeone evolved towards house and techno, carefully selecting musical gems, from deep/minimal to full-on tech-funk, without paying attention to genre restriction.
Now spinning mostly tech-house, minimal & techno with an all-out, "always in the mix" attitude, in deeply soulful and technically sharp sets, his countless appearances have gotten him to play between France and Belgium, in places famous and infamous, including Café d'Anvers, Fuse, Festivibe, Batofar, Le Gibus, Rex Club, Kozzmozz, Le Divan du Monde... Alone or next to international headliners among the greatest and as various as : Dave Clarke, Claude young, Jack de Marseille, Mark Broom, Ricardo Villalobos, Space DJs, X-Dream and many others...
As a composer and producer : After a bunch of releases early 2006, Eyeone conducts several projects ranging from downtempo electronica to tech-house. The "Parisienne" album, released on Buena Onda Records in 2006 is only one side of his downtempo production, while "Spaghettibrain" (Album due early 2007) is another piece of the puzzle, based on all sorts of freestyle extravaganza, wicked samples, shiny horns, hip-hop beatz, industrial noises and rock guitars...
The "Eyeone" alias is the one used for all things techno, also in a wide spectrum of styles, from minimal to full-on banging stuff...