Born in a small town near Quebec City, Steeve started playing drums at a young age in his parents' basement. At 16, out of sheared curiosity, he came across old school hip-hop and was soon playing that sound on the turntables. He then founded his own mobile DJ Company with a mission to bring new sound to youngsters in his community and get money to buy vinyls.
It was while mixing Guns N' Roses with Afrika Bambaataa that he discovered Detroit's "style" house music. Later on, when moving to Montreal, Steeve discovered Richie Hawtin as well as artists from Cologne's greatest labels filled. This opened his eyes to a new world of musical possibilities: he was sparked by the idea of down pitching a hard and damped techno bassline to the point it clearly sounds like deep progressive house music.
Nowadays, as co-founder of Öften Grüven Recordings, he produces and promotes progressive electronic dance music inspired by artists like Sven Väth, Sasha, James Holden and his above mentioned favorites of course.