The last day of Plages Électroniques in Cannes was marked by a breathtaking performance from Stephan Bodzin, the talented German producer and DJ.
Although Stephan Bodzin has been active as a producer since 1995, he remained in the shadows for many years, creating music for prestigious theaters and collaborating with emerging artists. However, it was in the early 2000s, with compositions alongside Thomas Schumacher, Oliver Huntemann, and Marc Romboy, that he began to gain recognition from a wider audience.
In 2006, Stephan Bodzin took flight, launching his solo career and establishing the Herzblut label. In September of that year, he released his first track under this label, "Kerosene," marking the beginning of his solo career. This was followed by the release of his eponymous debut album a month later, along with the single "Liebe Ist" in March 2007.
Over the years, Stephan Bodzin has transformed from a studio artist to a formidable live performer. He now travels the world, igniting crowds from São Paulo's D-Edge to Gand's I Love Techno, and from Montreal to Tokyo and Melbourne.
On the last day of Plages Électroniques in Cannes, Stephan Bodzin delivered a mesmerizing performance, transporting the audience on a musical journey like no other. His charismatic presence and undeniable talent captivated the festival-goers, making the evening a magical and unforgettable experience.