France’s Hadrien Federiconi (aka Feder) is an electronic dance music DJ and producer known for his minimalist deep house and atmospheric pop. Born in 1987 in Nice, Feder first began producing at age 20 while living in London. After a year abroad, he moved back to France to study sound engineering and settled in Paris. It was there that he first gained attention for his various remixes, including his 2014 version of the Rodriguez song “Can’t Get Away,” which charted atop the music blog aggregator Hype Machine. Also around this time, he released the Krad Records EP Vampiros Energeticos and signed to Atlantic/Warner Records. In 2015, he earned his first number one single in France and Switzerland with his original song “Goodbye,” featuring singer Lyse. Several more well-received tracks followed, including “Blind” with Emmi and “Lordly” featuring Alex Aiono. In 2017, Feder delivered the R&B-inflected single “Back for More,” showcasing London-based vocalist Daecolm, and in 2018 he issued “Control,” which featured Bryce Vine and Dan Caplen.