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|Birth name||Alexis Latrobe|
|Genres||EDM, funk, house, dance-pop|
Alexis Latrobe (French pronunciation: [alɛksi latʁɔb]), known professionally as Alex Gopher, is a French mastering engineer, electronic musician and producer. He is one of the pillars of the "French Touch" movement. He worked as a sound engineer at Translab Studio, notably for Angèle, Clara Luciani, Lomepal, -M-, Mr. Oizo, Gesaffelstein and Etienne Daho.
Alex began his musical career playing bass in the band Orange with future Air members Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin. 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. 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; it samples from Billie Holiday's "God Bless the Child".
- Poumtchak #2 (1997)
- You, My Baby & I (1999)
- Use Me, Pt. 1 (2002)
- Wuz (with Demon) (2002)
- Alex Gopher (2007) #146 France
- My New Remixes (2009)
- Back To Basics EP (2016)
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