Alex Gopher

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Alex Gopher
Birth nameAlexis Latrobe
OriginVersailles, France
GenresEDM, funk, house, dance-pop
Years active1994–present

Alex Gopher (born Alexis Latrobe)[1] is a French DJ who composes electronic dance music and house.


Alex began his musical career playing bass in the band Orange with future Air members Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin.[2] After the group split, he began to create electronic music and embarked on a successful solo career. He prefers to work alone, but since he does not sing, he recruits vocal talent or uses samples of singers like Billie Holiday.[3] His track "Brain Leech (Bugged Mind Remix)" plays on the Electro-Choc station of Grand Theft Auto IV. "The Child" was featured in the movie Amélie.[4]


  • You, My Baby & I (1998)
  • Use Me, Pt. 1 (2002)
  • Wuz (with Demon) (2002)
  • Alex Gopher (2007) #146 France
  • My New Remixes (2009)
  • Back To Basics Ep (2016), designed by Pierre Kiandjan[5]


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  5. ^ "Alex Gopher - Back To Basics EP". Discogs (in French).

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