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Rocked from an early age in music (classical, New Wave , disco and funk) , Victor Valdez was quickly pushed out of the borders , in clubs in Germany and Spain in particular, but also in festivals ( Love Parade Berlin, Techno Parade Paris , the Harvests of Montaignes , ...) and private parties ( Roberto Cavalli, Ermanno Scervino , Dior, Blue Marine, Vogue Fashion Night ...).
This route starts in adolescence. He worked to polish his mixing skills to host parties among friends, before moving on later to Parisian clubs: the Folie's Pigalle , the Red Light , the Bain Douches , the Concorde Atlantique , the Elysées Montmartre, the Plaza Madeleine , the Acropole (and many others ... ) welcome his unbridled and full of musical surprises sets, creative and technical .
This passion naturally leads him to a sound engineer school where he will graduate. During his studies, he meets a young teacher, Erwan Mirabeau, also a composer. He takes Victor Valdez under his wing and introduced him to the world of composition and sound design. He also meets the masters of French Touch: Daft Punk.
From then on he has only one dream: composing his own music. Whether sharp or more commercial it does not matter to him. Victor Valdez does not want to compartmentalize his music.
In 2009, he forms, with Max Danton, DJ Jaym's and Christophe Paris, a group with funky and electro influences they name The Glimps. But the group splits in 2013 before they could complete their first album (composed entirely by Victor Valdez). It is natural that today he chose to complete the project after preparing the release of an album to be called "MILF (Music I'd like To Funk)" of which is extracted the single " Please ( Give Me One Chance ) " . Its video has been viewed over 1,000,000 times on youtube.