Seb Fontaine is one of the most recognised DJs on the international club scene. Through his high profile and king standing residencies, radio shows and compilation CDs, Seb has been at the forefront of the scene for many years and continue to showcase his electronic house grooves at high-profile gigs around the world.
Latest performances & Festivals
Seb Fontaine has started 2017 with a bang. Recently having played Twickenham to record breaking 78.000 people for England at the World Sevens and rushing over to Monaco to play one of the best Parties F1 has ever seen with Carl Cox for Red Bull Racing. He has also just returned from Singapore after orchestrating the after parties for Ceelo Green and Aerosmith and was recently on tour with the British Lions warming up the crowds on tour as well as whipping the stadium into a frenzy before Pharrell Williams on NYE in Dubai. With plenty of festivals on the diary (over 15 on present count) again, this year (Burning Man and Secret Garden Party among them) it looks as it will be an incredibly busy summer again with dates all over the world from Ibiza to Hong Kong.
His Legendary Type nights continue to rock London clubland and on the production front, Seb has been extremely busy in the studio. Last year he hit #1 again on the Cool Cuts and Buzz Chart with ‘need to Feel Loved’ as Reflect. Originally released on Positive in 2004 and produced by Seb Fontaine and Julian Peake, ‘Need To Feel Love’ was a massive international success and featured on the award winning movie ‘It’s gone all Pete Tong’ in 2005. The follow up has just been signed to Armin Van Buuren’s Armada label featuring Kim Wilde and with his more clubby Deadstock Disko project in full flow it’s an exciting time with some great collaborations in the wigs.
Residencies & Radio
After discovering house music, Seb progressed through a number of high profiles residencies at clubs such as the Cross, Hanover Grand, Ministry of Sound and Cream. With these high profile residencies came the opportunity to work with Kiss FM and later Radio One – where he presented a weekly Saturday night show to a worldwide audience. As an elite international DJ, Seb has also released a number of best-selling albums for Global Underground (‘Prototype’), Ministry of Sound, Cream and Positive.
Seb Fontaine has been at the pinnacle of the dance scene for over 15 years and maintains his status as one of the world’s best DJs. With the continuation of his international DJ schedule and a high-profile gaining massive support, 2017 has been another successful year for this world-beating DJ and producer.