David°F (David Felgeirolles),
started his career very young when he was 7 years old as a drummer.
He studied drums at the Conservatory, Nîmes Jazz-Club & E.Boursault School .
At 18, he joined the CREAR-CERIS (Centre for Study and Research on image and sound).
He then joined the legendary EMI Studios / Pathé-Marconi as an assistant,
and worked for many years in the Ferber Studios, where he began
his career as sound engineer with artists such as
Gabriel Yared, Manu Dibango, Bernard Allison ...
Later as a freelance sound engineer, he worked in the studios mostly in Paris
and began working as musical director, and also composed music for short films
(The 3rd Voice, Max, No more tears ...) and institutional films.
As a sound engineer, he worked on many film scores,
(La Fille de l’Air, Dobermann, Blueberry ...),
and in collaboration with artists of international renown like
I Muvrini, NoJazz, Ken Boothe, Wally Badarou ...
He also worked for 6 years with the music program Mezzo Voce (Mareterraniu)
during which time he captured "live" artists like
Warren Krystel, Ana Moura, Moriarty, Elysian Fields, Balthazar,
Hugh Coltman, Piers Faccini, Les Innoncents, Silvia Perez Cruz,
Kimmo Pohjonen, Luz Cazal, Liz Mc Comb, A Filetta ...
His career led him to work in India with the virtuoso violinist Johar Ali Khan,
but also in Mayotte (Indian Ocean) with Baco and in Swaziland with Bholoja,
wherein he produced the first album "Swazi Soul"
(that won the Satma & Tihlabani Awards).
He has just completed seven tracks and mixed the new album
between Pretoria (South Africa) & Paris.
Mr Pete (Christophe Pittet),
Funk Bassist & Synth lover, has worked in the entertainment industry
since the early 90s (cartoons, video games, movies ...),
as well as with major industry players such as Ubisoft, Gaumont animation, Xilam ...
Mr Pete joined The Future Paradise in 2008 as bassist and co producer, working on multiple projects
and with artists like Bholoja, Velemseni, By the Gospel River (remix), Wally Badarou, Stix Dan ...
In 2011, he was the executive producer of the album "Free" from the American singer Kenny Allen
(included Me'shell Ndegeocello, Raheem DeVaughn) that was released on the Japanese label Sweet Soul.