Andre Saint-Albin is a French-American electronic musician, DJ, remixer, and record producer.
Andre was also known as Djcross and in 2013 played an stage at Ultra Music Festival Miami for a segment on UMFTV.
Andre Saint-Albin entro en EDM escena hace un par de anos con su Album llamado 037 que hizo el premiere en EDC las Vegas 2014.
Andre has been making quite a name for himself as of late, driving his electro progressive sound to the forefront. Having earned himself a spot as a notable DJ at major European nightclubs in the likes of Paris and Spain, his performances captivated crowds of all ages with his uniquely defined and energetic performances.
The French-American Producer has previously performed at the esteemed Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, and at Ultra Music Festival in Miami. André has shared the stage with the likes of Fedde Le Grand, Dillon Francis, Steve Angello and Diplo. In addition to this, Andre’s debut EP; ‘037‘ peaked at #21 on Beatport’s Electro House chart.
He has shared the stage with artists such as Fedde Le Grand, Tommy Trash, Dillon Francis, Steve Angello, Diplo, Antoine Clamaran, Cedric Gervais, Lucky Date, Zeds Dead, Thomas Gold and many more great Producers.
Coming a long way since his 2014 debut experience at Electric Daisy Carnival, he’s truly come into form as a Producer.
His latest single ‘Empty Promises’ & OYE shows just how far he has come over the past 2 years since the EP was released, having developed his skills in the studio and pushed his creativity with his productions, both of which are exemplified perfectly in this stunning progressive house release. Guaranteed to get everybody on the dancefloor moving, it is a must have for any DJ to have in their arsenal of music
ANDRE SAINT-ALBIN – SABROSA
French-American DJ/Producer Andre Saint-Albin has delivered his latest tantalizing new single, ‘Sabrosa‘. A gargantuan Big Room track with Latin and Tribal influences, the record’s groovy, progressive beat caught the attention of Fonk Recordings head-honcho, Dannic, who played the track during Fonk Radio 096 last month.
Talking about his inspiration behind the track, Andre said the following:
“The track called ‘Sabrosa’ means TASTY! I wanted to bring flavor (pun intended) and tribal percussion to such a track that mixes beauty and mayhem in one highly inventive production!” [sic]
An Insomniac artist and DP alumnus, Andre’s résumé is an impressive one. The French-American has previously performed at the esteemed Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, has shared the stage with top DJ's. In addition to this, Andre’s debut EP; ‘037‘ peaked at #21 on Beatport’s Electro House chart.
Having developed his skills in the studio and pushed his creativity with his productions, his newest single is a testament to Andre’s constant hard work and improvement. Be sure to listen to ‘Sabrosa’ below and stream it on Apple Music here.
Home Town: Paris, France || Currently in Miami ||
Currently Living: Miami, FL
Origin Of Name: The origin of my name is actually my real name, André Saint-Albin but some people call me "DRE"
Weapon of Choice: Oreo-filled chocolate fudge brownies with chocolate chips sprinkled on top
Source of Power: Food, my family, more food, sleep, chips, babes, friends, Oreos
What should everyone just shut the fuck up about?
What good music is. We all have opinions on what we think qualifies as “good music.” But that doesn’t mean that Person A will agree with Person B. That’s what makes us all different. Some people will like trance or dubstep or house or tech house or moombahton or that big room sound. Heck, they might just use the term “EDM”. In the end it’s all music: vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony and expression of emotion. So don’t criticize someone for liking a sound or making a certain noise. Accept it and move on. Who knows, in a few years you might like that sound or song you disliked. There are too many critics with not enough credentials. If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything.
What gets you excited when you think about the future of electronic music and club culture?
Just the fact that I don’t see it slowing down anytime soon. We have local festivals branching out worldwide and we have more top artist from other genres wanting a piece of the electronic music cake. Clubs are being made with festival production and festivals are upping the game in production every year. The production was mind-blowing, next-level stuff at EDC Las Vegas 2014. I’m excited to see what the next ten years will look and sound like.
What are your weaknesses?
Oreos and bacon. Not together but those two will probably be on my rider soon.
How would you describe your sound to a deaf person?
I wouldn’t try to describe it, I would let them experience the music. Visualizers can be synced with tracks to take us on a journey that gives us a look at what sound might look like. This means that the feeling of a song can be based off sound systems and that pounding or groovy basslines can be felt in a car sound system, studio speakers or a festival sound system.
“Electric daisy carnival”
Talent in the Miami EDM community; even though He is young, Andre is a veteran with a wide variety of experience who produced original tracks that went straight to Beatport Chart upon release.
Andre is no stranger to the scene as he continues his international reach with his seasonal radio show "The Cross Effect" for FG RADIO with his monthly CROSS EFFECTS podcast show in Miami. ANDRE SAINT-ALBIN FM.
After spending some time overseas, Andre Saint-Albin earned himself a notable spotlight at European nightclubs. PARIS WAS ONE OF THE HOT PLACES FOR ANDRE CAREER.
where he captivated crowds of all ages with his uniquely defined and heavily energetic performances that gained him the likes of many prominent electronic music artists.
Amazing feeling when your track was TOP hit at EDC ORLANDO... & then in severals clubs in KOREA. To name a few
"KOREA Gang-Nam Club [신사동퓨마]"
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