In the winter of 1997, Christopher T. Lee fell in love with his first synthesizer which would later turn into an orgy of knobs and faders. As the equipment started to dwarf him in his small home in Santa Cruz (California), live shows became less of a priority. The studio started to dwarf him and the mix-downs had begun. Surprisingly, the turntables came late in the game with the first piece of the collection appropriately being The U.S. Tournament in 2003. While first inspired by Steve Bugs mixes on Paxahau, Chris intrigue continues to grow through the techy fringes of house music. With his debut (Catch) on Pokerflat Recordings, the world saw instantly that Limaçon has what it takes to push the dancefloor, yet maintain a "listening" quality which lacks so often in dance music. His follow-up on Resopal Schallware (IMP), let him flex his tech-funk muscle while his tracks on Intrinsic Design (Muster Funk) took on a deeper late-night vibe. Most recent is a 3-tracker on Force Inc which is blowing up techy floors around the globe. Currently, he is pushing towards a sound which ranges from techy & pumping to dubby & funky while always leaving something for your body to groove to. Artists such as Martinez, Trentemøller, Rob Acid, and Misc. have played a very important role in his evolution and with multiple releases in the works, Limaçon shows no signs of slowing down.
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