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  • Born in 1970, Arnaud Rebotini joined the bustling and inventive electro scene in Paris towards the end of the 1980s, playing in many gay clubs. A DJ and composer, he was part of Black Strobe and, under a pseudonym, Zend Avesta, before releasing under his own name a number of aesthetically-flawless records. His work in film music allowed him to develop a talent recognised in 2018 with the César for best original soundtrack for BPM (Beats Per Minute).

    Portrait © Q. Caffier