After perfecting his piano and percussive skills during a intensive seven year period at theClassical Music Conservatory of Nantes, France, a young Joachim Garraud was to take a more electronic route in his musical career, in the process becoming one of the most influential andrevered producers not just on the French scene, but around the world.He has written, produced, co-written, co-produced and remixed with and for some of the planet’smost legendary artists – David Bowie, Kylie Minogue, Culture Club, Beyoncé, OMD, Deep Dish,The Eurythmics, Paul Johnson, Cassius, Ceronne, Moby and Robbie Rivera. In particular, it’s hiswork and extensive projects with David Guetta, Bob Sinclar and Jean-Michel Jarre that havetruly helped mould the direction of modern day electronica. Co-writing and co-producingGuetta’s hit album “Just A Little More Love” including “Love Don’t Let Me Go” and the follow-up“Guetta Blaster” and “The World Is Mine”; working with Jean-Michel Jarre on “Metamorphoses”and “AERO”; creating the GUMPROD and F*** Me I’m Famous labels with Guetta; nominatedfor a “Best Remix” Grammy Award alongside Bob Sinclar for their reworking of Deep Dish“Flashdance” – at every turn it’s been Joachim Garraud with his hands on the controls. From developing one of the first ever live performance concepts, elevating the DJ beyond just amaster of ceremonies, to the iconic Space Invader mascot; from his seminal residencies at TheBoy, QUEEN and Space Ibiza to performances at Coachella, Love Parade, Technoparade, InoxPark, Lollapalooza, Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, Exit Festival and more – over the courseof a quarter of a century Joachim Garraud has been instrumental in shaping the global scenewe celebrate today.All his 35 years journey into electronic music is now resumed in a 2 disc album «96/24» (96 kHz/ 24 Bytes) presented as a 4 vinyls collector’s edition, or as a downloadable version containing18 Master .wav files. And two new albums OVP OScillation, Vibration , Pulsation.