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With eleven years of drumming, the same playing piano, plus five intense years of DJing, and three of production behind him, Luc P. Cea-Sanson is always looking ahead. From playing drums for Jazz at Lincoln Center to working with the drummer of indie group Hot Chip, he's shown he has a remarkable amount of talent for his age. Luc crossed over to dance music when a fifth grade classmate played him Major Lazer's infectious track Pon De Floor — he was immediately struck by its emphasis on rhythm and how it was so innovative and new. After then hearing David Guetta, Steve Angello, and Deadmau5, Luc realized that this was his new frontier. As most producers do, he began DJing with a small Numark Mixer. While gathering all the knowledge he could absorb, Luc stumbled upon an interview of his new-found idol, Dillon Francis. Dillon had been DJing for a while, but found that, to succeed in the business, “you have to produce music as well.” Luc bought Logic Pro and got right to experimenting. Fast forward, Luc has adopted the stage name "Luc Paris" (his first and middle names). He has played shows in New York City, London, and elsewhere and, as always, has what’s next in his sights. Staying away from most social media, but still creating a buzz in the industry, Luc Paris has instead spent his time focusing on the music itself and the perfection of his craft. Not afraid of the main stage, he has the talent, the drive, and the wherewithal to reach it.