Since putting out his first record in 2007, Giom has become a well respected and highly sought after producer, remixer and DJ in the deep house scene. His own brand of quirky and eclectic house music is consistently found at the top of download store charts and in DJ sets from the jet-setting elite to bedroom jocks in every corner of the world.
Giom was born in Niort, France and now lives in London. Originally discovered by the Chicago Jackin house scene, he started out by playing alongside legends such as DJ Sneak and Mark Farina. He signed his first EP on DJ Heather’s Blackcherry imprint and quickly went on to work with labels including Large Music, King Street, Save Room Recordings and Defected Records. He has also remixed artists such as Hector Couto, Jay-J and LawnChair Generals, and collaborated with Riva Starr, Fred Everything and Nathan G.
In 2011 he released his first mix album Clips & Space for the acclaimed UK label Lost My Dog. The album saw him highlighted by iDJ Magazine as a “Rising Star” and headlining London’s Fabric for the launch party.
Fabric is a regular booking for Giom, and his energetic sets have led to a hectic tour schedule which means most weekends he can be found headlining clubs from Australia to the United States and back around mainland Europe.
In 2012 Giom topped Traxsource’s top 100 chart for 6 consecutive weeks with his remix of Hector Couto’s Let The Music Play, taking over the top spot from his own Luv Lust EP with Fred Everything (Large Music).
In 2013, his busiest year yet, he released over 12 remixes for the likes of Alice Russell, Toolroom Records, HNQO’s Playperview and Winding Road Records, as well as releasing the Again EP with dance-music legend Joey Negro, which once again topped the Traxsource Deep House chart for 4 weeks.
Away from house music, Giom’s preferred spot is behind the drum kit, where he can be seen touring and recording for the likes of Alice Russell, the Nextmen and Kasabian.