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Arno Cost & Arias


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Just 20 years old, Arno Cost is an up-and-coming French producer. Discovered by Mathieu Bouthier of Serial Records in January 2006, he signed with his friends Norman Doray (producer of Jetlag) and Pierre de la Touche, the track “Let U Go”, which has been a success on french radio stations as well as with international Djs (Didier Sinclair, Antoine Clamaran, Hoxton Whores, Ben Macklin, Narcotic Trust, Muttonheads…).

In 2006, he also remixed the Geyster tune “Under The Fuse of Love”, hammered by Pete Tong and number 2 on the UK Club Charts for several weeks. He produced several mixes with The Freshmakers that year, including a remixes of Serial Crew (Boss), Da Sushiman (Ledge Music) and Rilod (Nice Music), the famous Michael Jackson cover.

But Arno’s success solidified with “Magenta” the tune he composed with Arias. It was initially signed on Serial Records, and later on Kontor, CR2 and Airplay and was supported by international Djs such as Pete Tong, Bob Sinclar, Tom Novy, Ian Carey, Sebastian Ingrosso. First released in December 2006 in Germany with Dave Spoon (Toolroom) and Tom Novy (Kontor) remixes, Magenta was featured in “The Amsterdam Dance Event”.

From an early age, Arno immersed himself in pop music and disco through his parents, and began to produce in 1999 in his bedroom. Arno’s music is mostly inspired by Disco, Italo Disco, the “French Touch” (Daft Punk, Benjamin Diamond, Alan Braxe, Philippe Zdar…) and artists like Stuart Price, Axwell, Lifelike, Eric Prydz, that Arno has always admired.

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