About Etienne De Crecy
Etienne Bernard Marie de Crecy is a French DJ and producer who composes Electronic music, primarily House. De Crecy was born in Lyon, but moved to Versailles from Marseille in the mid 1980s, attending the same Jules Ferry college as Air and Alex Gopher, with whom he later created the Solid label. He then worked in Paris as a sound engineer at studio +XXX (plus thirty) where he met Philippe Zdar of Cassius, with whom he worked on the Motorbass album, a preview of what would be his second album: Super Discount, released in 1996, with Air, Alex Gopher and other French artists on Solid. Etienne de Crecy has been involved in various music projects where he worked as a producer.
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