Later on, under the influence of jazz, rock and funk, he comes back to a more "traditional" music. He starts playing bass and, soon, he tours with several Parisian funk/rock bands. After many years on stage (and more than a hundred concerts with the Keebab band) and in studios, he is given the opportunity to put his technical skills on the test and work among computer music professionals, in particular as a member of the editorial staff of the Computer Music magazine.
The first House records signed by Krapulax are released in the end of the Nineties on different labels (Pamplemousse, Bondelice, Vegas, Chocoflash, Brique Rouge ...). His productions have a common slogan : eclecticism. Actually, as he does not want to stick to one precise style he rather tries to explore a great number of House currents in his EPs (Dancefloor, Deep, Breakbeat, Garage). But always with a common sound which define his own style.
His mixes have the same eclecticism as his productions, and the irrepressible desire for throwing a bridge between the traditions (African, among others) and the freaky sound.
Singles & EPs
|Krapulax||Manivelle & Romarin||Bondelice||France||2001||Sell This Version|
|vegas004||Krapulax||Pantone 021 C (12")||Vegas Tracks||vegas004||France||2001||Sell This Version|
|CHOCO 002||Krapulax||The Friandise EP (12", EP)||Chocoflash||CHOCO 002||France||2003||Sell This Version|
|Krapulax||Casual Dancer EP (EP)||Brique Rouge Traxx||France||2004||Sell This Version|
|Rob-In / Krapulax||Rob-In / Krapulax - The Family EP (EP)||Chocoflash||France||2004||Sell This Version|
|CHOCO 007||Krapulax||The Gargote EP (12", EP)||Chocoflash||CHOCO 007||France||2005||Sell This Version|