Patrick Vidal

Patrick Vidal (b.1957) is a DJ and musician. In the late 1970s he was the singer and guitarist with Marie Et Les Garçons, whose second single was produced by John Cale. The group toured with The Talking Heads and Patti Smith. In 1980 Vidal moved to New York for two years. During the 1980s he fronted the band Octobre, who supported David Bowie on the 1982 Serious Moonlight Tour. Vidal issued a number of solo albums and singles before forming Discotique and Sutra with Thomas Bourdeau.

Vidal has been resident DJ at the Bains Douches in Paris (1983-5), the Power Station, Paris (1989-90), Substation South and Heaven in London (1997-2000) and Monoculture in Paris since 2003. He has composed music for fashion shows for Thierry Mugler and for shops including Habitat and Galeries Lafayette.
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ROSE 208 Patrick Vidal - Histoires D'Aventures album art Patrick Vidal Histoires D'Aventures (Album) New Rose Records ROSE 208 France 1990 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

NEW 135 Patrick Vidal - Six AM album art Patrick Vidal Six AM(7", Single) New Rose Records NEW 135 France 1990 Sell This Version
DIFU018 Patrick Vidal - What If You Never Sleep? album art Patrick Vidal, Laurent Caligaris Patrick Vidal, Laurent Caligaris - What If You Never Sleep?(12", EP) Difu DIFU018 France 2015 Sell This Version