Fred Falke

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Composer/Producer/Remix

Fred Flake started in 2000 and immediately had success with ‘Intro’, which developed into remixing, producing and writing. ‘Intro’ achieved great success, it became a French house anthem and sold over 500,000 copies.  This led to Fred working with some of the biggest electro-pop artists and bands in the music business.

In the early 2000s, Fred met Daft Punk and quickly became a key member of the group after working on the album ‘Discovery’. Fred was also a member of groups such as Air, Cassius and Modjo. After working with these groups for some years, he eventually released his first EP titled Omega Man and toured throughout Australia. His music is best defined as a mix between pop melodies and strong bass. Falk’s first solo album was released in 2011, which made him a prominent figure of the French house music scene around the world. Fred has performed at many noteworthy events in Europe, including the iTunes Festival in London, Field Day Music Festival in Sydney, Melt! Electric Music Festival in Germany, Ultra in Seoul and even the Djakarta Warehouse Project.

Falke’s remixing talent led him to collaborate with world famous artists such as U2, Robbie Williams, Ke$ha, Katy Perry, Selena Gomez and Lana Del Ray. He has also produced music with Tiesto, Nero, Hot Chip, Grizzly Bear and La Roux. Fred Falke has clearly made his mark in various genres, with one main goal: to create genuine, modern yet timeless electro pop songs. He has also debuted his talent of producing with other artists, tracks such as ‘Home’ and ‘Believe Me’ by Ellie Goulding.

Falke’s passion is what sets him apart from other artists, it is evident that he brings his signature sound to each track he works on. His drive to make exceptional music is shown through his transition of one style to the next, remixes like ‘Dancing on My Own’ by Robyn explores a club rock touch. Whereas his memorable remix of ‘Golden Cage’ by Whitest Boy Alive glows with new disco accents with a French feel. During live sets Fred plays exquisite house music, from French house music to disco house music.

Today, Fred Falke is based in Los Angeles and plays all around the world. California has inspired him to create new music that is unique to him: versatile, edgy, modern and a cosmopolitan French vibe. Fred can be often found spinning hits at LA’s newest hit club, Sunset at the Edition Hotel in West Hollywood.