International DJ/producer Sebastien Drums will be moving the crowds on the dancefloor at The Mule this Friday (Sept. 28).

International DJ/producer Sebastien Drums will be moving the crowds on the dancefloor at The Mule this Friday (Sept. 28).

Sebastien Drums drops the beat this Friday in Penticton at The Mule

From the forefront of France’s new generation of house music, Sebastien Drums is bringing his sounds to Penticton.

From the forefront of France’s new generation of house music, Sebastien Drums is bringing his sounds to Penticton.

The International DJ/producer is playing the Mule this Friday (Sept. 28). His mega hit My Feelings For You was produced in co-operation with Avicii and sampled Cassius’ original. It quickly became a massive success after being released during the Miami Winter Music Conference and secured the Beatport No. 1 spot for a month. It was put on playlists by some of the worlds biggest DJs including David Guetta, Bob Sinclair, Roger Sanchez and others. The song was also repeatedly played by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1 and licensed to labels across Europe.

Sebastien Drums fell in love with electronic music at 11 years old and is heavily influenced by Daft Punk, Cassius and Antoine Clamaran.  In 2007 the DJ launched his own label, Work Machine, which is now a much respected house music label. After releasing a number of hits, in 2010 his song Tweet It with Avicii and Norman Doray landed him huge support among DJs around the world. The following year Sebastien Drums toured the world playing some of the most renowned clubs and huge festivals such as Nature One where he played the main stage alongside DJ colleagues David Guetta and Martin Solveig. He also released the tracks Snus, another collaboration with Avicii, a remix of Faking Love and the remix of David Guetta’s Turn Me On featuring Nicki Minaj.

Fast-forward to the present and the French DJ has released the tracks French Rules, Fly Again, Party Now and Resonorg which earned him massive support from international DJs.

Sebastien Drums will be on stage at The Mule from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. this Friday. Tickets are $10 and available at Freeride Penticton and The Mule. They also can be purchased online at www.Ticketzone.com/NLEvents.

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