Seb Fontaine became one of England's favorite DJs after affiliating himself with Radio 1 and the Global Underground series of DJ mix albums. Of course, he also built up his mammoth following with countless DJing gigs throughout the '90s, including residencies at many of England's top clubs such as Cream and Ministry of Sound. Fontaine changed his style over the years, beginning in the late '80s with rare groove and transitioning toward progressive house as the '90s came to a close. His series of Prototype mixes for the Global Underground series documented his progressive house phase and are typical of what he'd spin at a club. Conversely, his Radio 1 shows documented his taste for more popular and cutting-edge tracks that aren't necessarily in line with his normal mixes.
Born to a semi-professional DJ mother, Fontaine grew up in West ... Read Full Biography