The artists in the 90's

The Radio FG's studio was a cocoon connected to the air, to the scene and to the dance floors.

Artists 9Radio FG

RADIO FG in its former studio, in Belleville

« Me gusta mucho la paella ! », picture disc.

Jeff Mills (USA).

Photos : Olivier Degorce, 1994.

Artists 10Radio FG


Laurent Garnier in the mix during his weekly show.

Georges Morel (USA) and Didier Sinclair, DJ in charge of programming.

Jean-Yves Leloup, Serge, Ralphie Dee (USA), DJ Sonic, Hans Hermans (Belgium) of See Saw Records, and Patrick Rognant, host of Happy Hour (a daily show that Antoine Baduel hosts actually) and Rave Up, the flagship weekly show on rave news in France.

Artists 1Radio FG

Alex From Tokyo, DJ Pierre (USA) & DJ Gregory, 1995.

François K (USA), 1995.

Green Velvet (USA), 1997.

Photos : Olivier Degorce.

Artists 2Radio FG

Josh Wink (US)

Jef K

DJ Roussia

Jack from Marseille

Artists 3Radio FG

Jennifer Cardini, 1996.

La Bourrette, performer and member of the show Les Lectures created by Patrick Vidal & Thierry Perdereau, with Sextoy during the Global Tekno opening at the American Center, Paris, 1995.

Photos by Olivier Degorce.

Artists 4Radio FG

Sextoy on the cover of CQFG

DJ Sextoy was one of the pioneering DJs of the french electronic scene, resident DJ at Radio FG and on the cover of CQFG, Radio FG’s free newspaper.

Photo: Pierre Andreotti, 1999.
CQFG cover by Gilles Beaujard.

Artists 5Radio FG

Sven Love (duo Cheers), 1997

Greg Gauthier (duo Cheers), 1997

DJ Roussia, 1997

DJ Rork, 1996

Pictures : Olivier Degorce

Artists 6Radio FG

Dedicated drawing by GTO (Greater Than One) aka Michael Wells & Lee Newman. 

Guy Manuel de Homen-Christo and Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk in the mix at the studio during the Global Tekno festival and exhibition; Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris, 1998.
Photo : Annick Le Manchec.

Artists 7Radio FG

Shockwave Competition at What’s Up Bar, Paris, with Henri Maurel (CEO Radio FG), DJ Gregory, Christophe Vix, Nadine Gravelle, Olivier Duflot and Bob Sinclar, 1997. 
Picture: Rafael Dominguez.

Thierry Perdereau (Sa Trincha and Les Lectures program) with Frankie Knuckles (USA) in the entrance of the station, 1995.

Picture : all rights reserved, FG.

Artists 8Radio FG

 Patrick Vidal is an artist who has done a lot for the House scene in France since 1991, date of the first electronic maxi in France; with his Discotique project with Christophe Monier (The Micronauts). 

He had several shows on air and his party, KABP for Knowledge, Attitude, Beliefs and Knowledge.
Patrick Vidal, KABP, La Boule Noire, 2000.

Charles Schilling, Who's Next salon, 1994.

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