Luke Mornay

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Luke Mornay
Birth nameLuke Mourinet
Also known asRuff & Jam, Fortun8 Fellaz, Shades of Mercy, Luke Surgeon
BornSt Claude, Guadeloupe, France
GenresElectro house, pop, house
Occupation(s)Record producer, musician
Years active1991 – present
LabelsSouthern Fried Records, Mornay Music, Sony Columbia
Associated actsKylie Minogue, Sugababes

Luke Mourinet,[1] also known by his producer name Luke Mornay[2] or as part of the remix duo Ruff and Jam,[3] is a French producer and recording artist. He has also been known under his other monikers such as Jam (Ruff and Jam), Fortun8 Fellaz,[4] Shades of Mercy, Luke Surgeon. He is best known for his remixing skills, remixing international acts such as Kylie Minogue, Sugababes, The Killers, Bob Marley, Tyler James, Sophie Ellis Bextor and more.

Musical career[edit]

He started his career in 1991 as a DJ & Songwriter in France, Producing local artists and later went on to London and served as a French market talent scout for Pete Waterman Entertainment. He relocated to Belgium and formed remixing Duo Ruff and Jam, finding international success with a remix of Kylie Minogue's "Love at First Sight", leading to a Grammy Award Nomination within the Best Dance Recording Category and a Billboard number 1.

His work could be heard on a couple of productions for radio releases for artists such as : Axelle Red, Ozark Henry, Amron Parker, Frou Frou, Idools and +. In 2011, he co-wrote tracks for the solo album of Hooverphonic's ex lead singer Geike Arnaert and got rewarded in Belgium with a gold certification for the co-production of the single for Idool finalists with the song "More To Me" (best entry number 1, for 5 weeks).

As a mix engineer he got credited on releases for singles, remixes and albums for Kylie Minogue,[5] Robbie Williams, The Killers "Smile Like You Mean It", Ozark Henry, Sugababes, Keenan Cahill, Axelle Red,[6] Alain Clark, Kate Ryan, Frou Frou ("It's Good To Be In Love")[1], Kato,[7] Au Revoir Simone[8] and more.


  1. ^ "Interview with LUKE MOURINET of RUFF & JAM". Hitquarters.
  2. ^ "Technology Section". Mushroom Magazine.
  3. ^ "Discogs Discography". Discogs.
  4. ^ "Fortun8 Fellaz released on Southern Fried Records". beatport.
  5. ^ "Fever Album Credits". Discogs.
  6. ^ "Axelle Red – J'ai fait un rêve vinyl review". Dance Vibes.
  7. ^ "Kato Remixed Review". mediacorner.
  8. ^ Maxson, Justin. "Au Revoir Simone – Lark review". Xlr8r.

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