Young Pulse is a French DJ, producer, remixer and sound engineer from Paris, recognized for his authentic style mixing disco, nu-disco and house.
The quality of his productions, reworks and edits are supported and played by international artists such as Dimitri From Paris, Danny Krivit, The Reflex, Opolopo, Greg Wilson, Little Louie Vega… which puts him amongst the top of the disco/nu-disco remixers today.
His fascination for ‘70s music came at an early age but he devoted his time to hip-hop until he moved to the US in 2010 to develop the euro-jazz duo JURIS, an innovative DJ-keyboard collaboration with superstar jazz pianist Marcus Johnson. Together they shared the stage with major acts such as The O’Jays, Chaka Khan, Cameo, Marcus Miller, EU, Alyson Williams, Klymaxx and Loose Ends. This is where Pulse decided to get back to his passion of soul and disco and started working on his own re-edits and remixes.
Thus, in 2013, he launched his first project ‘Thursday Pulse Reworks’, consisting in putting out a new rework every two weeks. The reworks were quickly acclaimed and distinguished by the infallible style and musical arrangements. Shortly after he was noticed by Stockholms legendary DJ Mad Mats.
In 2014 he released his first EP of remixes ‘Young Pulse: Paris Edits vol.1’ on G.A.M.M. Records, reaching the number 1 place on Juno’s Disco charts, proving the effectiveness of its remixes in the DJ community and for the fans within the genre. He released 3 more volumes since, each of them reaching the top of the charts and fully supported by the ‘creme de la creme’.
As a DJ, Pulse delivers impressive sets melting great technique with top tunes from a wide range of disco and house music, including his own remixes and exclusive tracks, which got him spinning records at the hippest clubs in Paris – Nouveau Casino, Wanderlust, Showcase, Carmen and Zig Zag to name a few. Sometimes when he feels the groove a little bit extra he brings out his synthesizer to add some keys on the top of the mix.
Today, Enfant Terrible of the disco scene returns to G.A.M.M. with a fifth installment of his ‘Paris Edits’ series, proving once again that he is becoming a major act within the nu-disco and re-edits scene. With new releases coming up he is now ready to take on Europe.
Tokyo Dawn Records
Three Keys Music