More recently, Seb Fontaine has hosted Type @ The Cross – a long-standing monthly night that was considered one of London’s best nights during its 8 year tenure. Since the closure of The Cross, Seb has continued to play shows throughout the world and is now as happy playing to the glitterati in Monaco as he is rocking underground dance floors.
On the production front, Seb is about to relaunch his Mono-Type label and has been extremely busy in the studio early 2011 .Last year he hit #1 on the Cool Cuts and Buzz Chart with ‘Need to Feel Loved’ as Reflekt. Originally released on Postiva in 2004 and produced by Seb Fontaine and Julian Peake, ‘Need To Feel Love’ was a massive international success and featured on the award-winning movie ‘It’s All Gone Pete Tong’ in 2005. The Mono-Type label has released a number of his own productions such as ‘Do The Do’, ‘Gimme More’ and ‘Shine’ – the follow-up to ‘Need To Feel Love’ . Seb has recently been working on a host of new productions for various exciting and diverse projects.
After discovering house music, Seb progressed through a number of high profiles residencies at clubs such as the Hanover Grand, Ministry Of Sound and Cream. With these high profile residencies came the opportunity to work with KISS FM and later Radio One – where he presented a weekly Saturday night show to a worldwide audience. As an elite international DJ, Seb has also released a number of best-selling compilation albums for Global Underground (‘Prototype’), Ministry Of
Sound, Cream and Positiva.
Seb Fontaine has been at the pinnacle the dance scene for over 15 years and maintains his status as one of the world’s best DJs. With the continuation of his international DJ schedule and a high-profile gaining massive support ,2011 looks to be another successful year for this world-beating DJ and producer.