As one of the longstanding residents at Laurent Garnier’s seminal Paris’ institution Rex Club, Chloé has plied her craft in front of some of the most clued up dance floors in the world.

Coming up in the French scene in the 90s surrounded by the likes of Garnier, Daft Punk and Cassius, Chloé is one of the most skilled and diverse selectors and producers in the Parisian scene. Getting her break as a resident in the famed lesbian club Le Pulp, she has gone on to smash some of the most renowned clubs and festivals in the world, including fabric, Tresor, Watergate, and the first edition of Oasis.


Heavily influenced by analog synths and Krautrock, and compelled to search for the perimeter of dance music, her eclectic production output has seen EPs on the likes of BPitch Control, My Favorite Robot and Throne of Blood. Her 2010 album One in the Other (Kill The DJ) was nominated for Les Victoires de la Musique, a highly prestigious accolade in the French music scene.