Arno Cost

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Arno Cost
Birth nameVadim Arnaud Constantin
Also known asThe Freshmakers, Le Monde, Subaltern, BB Law
Born (1986-08-06) 6 August 1986 (age 34)
Nogent-sur-Marne, Île-de-France, France
  • DJ
  • record producer
Years active2005–present
  • Cr2 Records
  • Serial Records
Associated acts Norman Doray, Arias, Laidback Luke, David Guetta, Hard Rock Sofa

Vadim Arnaud Constantin (French pronunciation:  [vadim aʁno kɔ̃stɑ̃tɛ̃] ( Loudspeaker.svg listen ), born 6 August 1986 in Nogent-sur-Marne), better known by his stage name Arno Cost, is a French musician, DJ and producer. [1]



His talent came through their parents exposed to music from an early age, and like so many other artists began he his career in 1999 by creating his own music at home. His music is inspired by musical genres like pop music, italo disco, and the French house. His most influential were the French artists Daft Punk, Benjamin Diamond, Alan Braxe and contemporary Stuart Price, Axwell, Lifelike and Eric Prydz. [2]

His first release was "Let U Go" and was released in 2006 by the label Serial Records, produced with his friends Norman Doray and Pierre de la Touche under the alias "The Freshmakers" managed to stay six consecutive weeks at number 1 French radio FG DJ Radio. Later he remixed "Under the Fuse of Love" by the French duo Geyster, with whom he reached the second position in the UK Club Charts for several weeks.

But definitely it reaches a reputation in the scene through his work of 2007, "Magenta" composed alongside Arias. This production was remixed by the English DJ Dave Spoon [3] and gained support from some of the world's best DJs, including Pete Tong, Tom Novy, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso. At this time it begins to be required by renowned artists from the scene David Vendetta, Antoine Clamaran, David Guetta, Laidback Luke and Dirty South.

In late 2007, he released "Apocalypse", co-produced with his friend Norman Doray. It was remixed by French DJ Sébastien Léger and got good reception on the dance floor. [4]

In 2008, he returned to the studio and produced the single "Golden Walls" with Swedish DJ John Dahlbäck as well as their own productions "Souvenir" and "Darling Harbour". With Norman Doray, Arno remixed three European electronic music labels like Ministry of Sound, Cr2 and Joia. His single Darling Harbour, was released in late 2008.

In recognition, in 2009 is called to mix a compilation for FG Club is an institution in French dance music. His previous sponsors of this album were David Guetta in 2008 and Antoine Clamaran in 2007.

In April 2009, he released "Cyan", always in the direction of his previous tracks. It was on this occasion that he will direct his first music video. [5]

In 2011 he released "The Days to Come" on Atlantic Records, produced with his fellow Parisian DJ Arias. Arno gave another vision of music focused on his keen appreciation of melody and his innate ability to take control of the dance floor, receiving praise from artists like Pete Tong and David Guetta alike. " Lise " was released by Refune, Sebastian Ingrosso's label. [6] In the same year, he was summoned to remix the single successful Titanium by David Guetta and Ready 2 Go by Martin Solveig.

In 2012, he joined the prestigious Mixmash Records label owner, Dutch DJ Laidback Luke and his friend Norman Doray to release "Trilogy".


Extended plays

Charting singles

YearTitlePeak chart positionsAlbum
BEL (Vl)
BEL (Wa)
2006"Under the Fuse of Love" (Arno Cost Remix)
(with Geyster)
2Non-album singles
(with Arias)
9 [A]
2008"Golden Walls"
(with John Dahlbäck)
10 [A]
"Souvenir"4 [A]
2010"Cyan"3 [B]
2011"The Days To Come"
(with Arias featuring Michael Feiner)
15 [C] 8 [C]
(with Laidback Luke and Norman Doray)
7 [C]
(with Greg Cerrone)
5 [C] 3 [C]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.














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