French DJ and Composer Arno Cost rocked Pebble Lounge, Palace Grounds on Sunday night.
The event was organised by Carbon Entertainment. Arno Cost is one of France’s biggest sensations and has rapidly risen in popularity in the past years across the world.
Arno Cost alias Vadim Constantine is a young composer and producer of French House, Progressive, and Electronic music.
The event was part of Arno’s 3-city India tour which started in Mumbai, went on to Delhi and culminated in Bangalore on Sunday.
Several celebrities like Sheetal Sharma, Ramesh Dembla, DJ Anup, DJ Rohit as well as several models along with the city’s revellers were seen enjoying themselves thoroughly as Arno weaved magic with his console.
The 25-year old DJ is increasingly in demand and with the additional creative outlet of his project The Freshmakers” at his disposal; his talents are now a source of acute excitement amongst DJs, producers and house music revellers alike. Year 2011 had seen a new flurry of hot productions hit the waves for Arno Cost. First, he unleashed the dance floor smash The Days to Come via Atlantic Records.
Produced with fellow Parisian Arias, Arno delivered another club focused cut that displayed both his astute appreciation of melody and his innate ability to get the floor moving, drawing yet more plaudits from the likes of Pete Tong and David Guetta alike.
Lise which immediately followed on Refune, merged dark, underground production techniques with a main room, floor-filling sensibility.
A peak time hit, the track was once again supported by Guetta, Tong, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso amongst many others.