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Fred Falke


French disco-house producer Fred Falke initial rose to prominence by collaborating with Stardust co-producer Alan Braxe in some 12″s in the Vulture Music and Kitsuné labels, especially the synth pop-inspired 2003 strike “Rubicon.” These monitors were gathered on Braxe’s 2005 compilation TOP OF THE Slashes. The duo became in-demand remixers, completing mixes for Loss of life from Above 1979, Kelis, Goldfrapp, Röyksopp, Justice, and many more, until finishing their relationship in 2008. Falke also started dealing with German home manufacturer Kris Menace, remixing his 2004 one “Missile Check” (within duo Menace & Adam) and guesting on his 2006 one “Fairlight.” Falke released several single singles and EPs, you start with 2006’s “Omega Man,” & most of these monitors were gathered on his 2011 full-length Component IV, released by Kris Menace’s Function It Baby imprint. Falke continues to be a lot more prolific being a remixer and manufacturer than a single artist, adding simple disco electric guitar and electro-house beats to monitors by a selection of pop, rock and roll, R&B, and dance performers ranging from Scorching Chip and VHS or Beta to Ke$ha, Sia, Katy Perry, and Lana Del Rey. He in addition has co-written and created songs for many British pop superstars, including Ellie Goulding, Florrie, and can Young.

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Full Name Fred Falke
Date Of Birth January 7, 1973
Profession Disc jockey
Music Songs Intro, Radio Days, It’s A Memory, Back to Stay, 909 PM at the Beach, Look Into Your Eyes, Love Lost, Geronimo, Love Theme, Omega Man, Don't Give Up, Rubicon, All Night, All Day, You Stopped Loving Me, Penthouse Serenade, All Of My Love, Wait For Love, Crepuscule, Last Wave, Bare Knuckle, Y.S.L.M., 8.08 PM at the Beach, Chicago, Palladium, Arena, Enamoured, When We Are Together, Most Wanted, 8:08 PM At The Beach, 9.09pm at the Beach, 808pm at the Beach, I'm in Luv
Albums Music for My Friends, Part IV, Y.S.L.M. (You Stopped Loving Me)

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