Sound, mix, nightclubs... Laurent Wolf has been dedicating his life to electronic music since the age of twelve. He was discovered in 1992 as he was doing his first sets in Paris: he was proposed to hold a weekly mixer party at the Queen, the mythical nightclub of the Champs Elysées. Laurent Wolf has worked for the Queen for 10 years, mixing up to three nights a week. The Queen was a real stepping stone for his DJ career.
Thanks to his effective remixes, Laurent Wolf has established himself as an inventive DJ, dynamic and attentive to his public. After non-stop producing remixes for record companies, Laurent decides to create his own record label. In 1995, he releases House Train. The single quickly becomes a number one and shows Laurent's undeniable gift for house music production, often tinted with more avant-gardism electro music.
But the success is even greater with the hit (Saxo) which becomes a dance floor triumph all over the world, along with Calinda. These two singles appear on the first album, a 2 CD set on which Laurent Wolf puts his own distinctive stamp: rhythmical music in which elaborate drums and peppy percussion prevail. His label manager remembers the night when Laurent played (Saxo) for the first time:
The audience went crazy. Laurent and I looked at each other in the booth. We knew it was the beginning of something huge.