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Paul Nazca is an unusual character. A DJ who deliberately lives in a rural area of Southern France, in a mill surrounded by olive trees. An artist who produces olive oil with his brother but whose techno productions are clearly urban. Since he produced his first LP in 2000 (Mouvement), Paul has made it clear he couldn’t care less about fashion. On the contrary, he has developed a personal touch – dancefloor oriented tracks with hint of rave and melancholy. His releases are always successful and he is regularly playlisted by the greatest – Laurent Garnier or Ellen Allien for example.

It started off with acid house The story begins towards the end of the 80s. The boy was young, but already fond of the acid sounds he then discovered on the radio. He had never set foot in a club – being underage he was unable to do so. Not to worry – alone in his room, in Fontvieille (a tiny village near Arles where he still lives), Paul relentlessly gathered information about this new type of music. He read specialised magazines, bought some gear and decks… and learnt on his own, little by little.

Scandium By the beginning of the 90s, the young man regularly attended rave parties. He still didn’t dance, but was getting more and more interested in producing electronic music. He met André from Virtual Age, a famous band in Southern France and with him, he learnt even more. In 1999, the two boys went one step further by founding Scandium Records.

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