Heavily influenced from the electro and fresh wave music from the ’80s, French producer the Hacker (Michel Amato) jumped towards the forefront from the electro-clash and neo-electro scene when he teamed with Miss Kittin for the 2001 hit “Frank Sinatra.” He started his profession in the middle-’90s using the Futurist (Benoit Bollini) in the hardcore techno task XMF. As Amato’s curiosity developed from Duran Duran to Cabaret Voltaire and to Jeff Mills and LFO he started making even more traditional techno in the traditional Detroit style. From 1995, the Hacker became his moniker for these even more minimal releases so when he created his personal label in 1998, he called it GoodLife honoring the big golf club strike by Detroit legends Internal City. That yr he also started dealing with the like-minded Miss Kittin when the duo released their debut EP Champagne on DJ Hell’s label, International Deejay Gigolos. By enough time GoodLife released the Hacker’s full-length debut, Melodies en Sous-Sol, in 2000 Amato’s desire for Detroit experienced shifted towards the city’s electro-techno tasks like Drexciya and Dopplereffekt. The target audience for this fresh electro was developing across Europe therefore when the Hacker and Miss Kittin released “Frank Sinatra” in 2001 it had been an instantaneous dancefloor strike. Their debut full-length, properly entitled The First Record, appeared that same calendar year and was accompanied by an internationally tour in 2002 and the Hacker came back to solo function. Remixes, 12″s, and live DJ pieces kept him active until 2004, when his second record Reves Mechaniques appeared on GoodLife/Different. He positioned classic electro serves like Front side 242 and Model 500 following to brand-new performers like Ellen Allien as well as the Revolving Eye on his 2006 combine Compact disc The Hacker A.N.D. N.O.W….