The final day of Plages Électroniques in Cannes witnessed an exceptional performance from Stephan Bodzin, the renowned German producer and DJ. Active since 1995, Stephan Bodzin had long worked behind the scenes, crafting music for prestigious theaters and collaborating with other artists to propel their careers.
However, it was in the early 2000s, alongside Thomas Schumacher, Oliver Huntemann, and Marc Romboy, that he began to gain recognition from the wider public. In 2006, Stephan Bodzin embarked on a solo career, establishing the Herzblut label to launch his solo endeavors. His first track under this label, “Kerosene,” was released in September of the same year, marking the beginning of his solo journey.
This was followed by the release of his eponymous debut album a month later, along with the single “Liebe Ist” in March 2007. Since then, Stephan Bodzin has become a prominent figure in the techno scene, transitioning from a studio artist to a world-class live performer. He now travels the world, setting dancefloors ablaze 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 treated the audience to an unforgettable musical voyage, blending entrancing melodies with pulsating rhythms. His captivating performance forged moments of communion and sharing, leaving an enduring imprint on the memories of all those present.