Patrice Strike began DJing when he was 20 and living in a small town in the South of France. In 1992, he moved to Paris after winning a DJ contest and began spinning in various local clubs. Through the clubs he became intrigued with house music and the scene that surrounded it. He became part of the residents of the French gay club Le Scorp, he also held gigs at Mixer Bar and Charm. Shortly after, he signed to S.I.G.L.E. Productions and produced the tracks "Be Ridin'" and "Love for the Music," with A.N.D. (Patrick Levy). Both tracks were featured on Strike's 2001 mix CD, Club Metro.
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