The Trouble Men were born more than ten years ago from a duo between Bruno Banner & Fudge and are one of the most famous French house producers and DJs.

They got to win both the public and the DJ’s favours with the release of their first EP including the underground hit “Do It” in on KIF records. Six months later, their double EP “Trouble Men on TV” transformed this first attempt and made them familiar with the DJ’s record boxes... With “Party Rockin’ pt.1” came the confirmation of their skill at producing pure floor fillers (“Get this Party Rockin'”) as well as high quality house and deep house tracks (Money, Sunrise...).

The two next records both feature vocalists they've loved for years, Paradise Garage legend Colonel Abrams ("Hurt my feelings") and NY ragga/hiphop inventor Jamalski ("Rollin'"). Following their path to musical maturity, they just achieved a trilogy of EPs, "Underground", "Take control" and "Raw" reflecting their very own taste for electro, afro/latin, deep house or US garage.

They featured on compilations or DJ mixes of Osunladé, Phil Asher, Ministry of Sound, or BBE and received support from great artists like Tony Humphries, Danny Krivit or Kerri Chandler. They also have been able to prove their talent in remixes for Kojak, Superfunk, Greg Gauthier, Demon, The Beatnuts, Merz, Miguel Migs...

In the meantime, their DJ skills gave them the opportunity to play around the world in top clubs like Avalon in NYC, BarRumba in Mykonos, Fuse in Brussels, D'Club in Lausanne,TLV in Tel-Aviv, Ku and Space in Benidorm, Neighbourhood in London, Kerma in Helsinki, Queen in Paris, More in Cape Town...

They also have united their musical knowledge and richness with four musicians by turning their side project “Savannah” into “Savannah house band” a six-piece live band (guitar, bass, sax/flute, percussions, keyboards and turntables). All these years of work have resulted in a fifteen tracks mixed album which will shortly be available: "Trouble Men on CD".

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