Seb Fontaine

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Seb Fontaine
Birth name Jean Sebastian Fontaine[1]
Born (1970-07-14) 14 July 1970 (age 45)
Origin London, England
Genres House
Progressive House
Occupation(s) Disc jockey
Record producer
Years active 1989–present
Labels Global Underground, Virgin, Boxed, Perfecto, Thrive

Seb Fontaine (born Jean Sebastian Fontaine,[1] 14 July 1970) is an English house music DJ.

Fontaine had his first DJ gig at Crazy Larry's on the Kings Road, London, but he soon progressed to residency at the Fridge in Brixton in 1989.[2]

Having worked at various other clubs in London (Subteranea, Billion Dollar Babes), he eventually became a resident DJ at one of the UK's largest club nights at Cream,[3] and also went on to feature at its Ibiza nights.

In 2000, he joined BBC Radio 1 as a specialist dance DJ, hosting a weekly show, as well as broadcasts from Radio 1 outside broadcasts in Ibiza,[4] leaving in 2004.

He has also released a number of records, predominantly mix albums,[5] and acted as a remix producer on tracks including the Outhere Brothers.[1] He is also associated with the brand Type which he has used for naming both club nights and album releases.



  • 1999: Prototype
  • 1999: Prototype, Vol. 2
  • 2000: Prototype, Vol. 3
  • 2001: Prototype, Vol. 4
  • 2002: Horizons
  • 2003: Perfecto Presents: Seb Fontaine
  • 2004: Perfecto Presents: Type 01
  • 2007: Type 02

Mixed compilations[edit]

  • 1995: A Retrospective Of House '91 - '95, Vol. 2
  • 1996: Ministry Of Sound Presents: One Half Of A Whole Decade
  • 1997: An Introspective Of House: 1st Dimension
  • 1997: An Introspective Of House: 2nd Dimension
  • 1997: An Introspective Of House: Platinum
  • 1998: Various - Elements (1st Testament) Mixed by Seb fontaine and Tony De Vit
  • 1998: Cream Anthems
  • 1999: Cream Ibiza: Departures
  • 2000: Cream Resident
  • 2001: Creamfields


  1. ^ a b c "Profile". Discogs. 
  2. ^ "Seb Fontaine DJ Profile". Obsession. 
  3. ^ "Prototype Vol 4 Review". Rolling Stone. 
  4. ^ "Radio 1 Ibiza 2001". BBC. 
  5. ^ "Seb Fontaine Discography". Rolling Stone. 

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