never goes about things half-heartedly. And so, when he started music in 1994, he studied drums, orchestral percussions, piano and jazz guitar. In 2000 he joined the band JMPZ and helped compose the albums “Subsonic” (2004) and “Sound Asylum” (2007). The JMPZ adventure continued with over 500 concerts in France, Belgium, Switzerland as well as Quebec.
He collaborates and has collaborated with numerous artists from varied horizons: Metal Kartoon and Mörglbl with Christophe Godin and Ivan Rougny Parabellum, DJ Davis, Outside Project (James Mc Gaw from the band Magma and Eric Prost), Nono (Trust), Loren Lopez, MacZde Carpate, Batucada Pulse and Nudje (with D’ju Lacharme (Alpha Blondy). Seb is also a demonstrator for the brand DW-Drum Workshop.
started the drums at just 11 years old with Hossine Meniri at the Agostini Academy of Lyon. This gave him the skill and the means to start up his own bands from as early as 16. As a drummer and guitarist, he rubs shoulders with all kinds of styles: rock, hip/hop, metal, blues, funk as well as electronic music (Dub, Tek, Drum’n’bass, Breakbeat). He has even tried his hand at samba and zouk! In 1998, he started up DOPPLeR, a noise trio that pushed beyond all the boundaries of noise and skill complexity for a decade. His career gathered pace in 2000 as he made the acquaintance of Philippe Prohom, who for five years and two albums took him along on the roads of France and beyond. During this time he made his first studio sessions with Universal, in particular for the albums of Emma Daumas (Star Academy) and Mélissa Mars (Mozart, L’Opera Rock). In 2006 he joined forces with No One Is Innocent.
In 2009, he took control of the drums on Anais’s Love Tour. That year also saw the birth of the FILLS MONKEY project, developed with Sébastien Rambaud. Yann Coste is now acknowledged on the French scene as one of the country’s foremost drummers.
Actor, stage director and playwright, Daniel Brière is a founding member of the Groupement Forestier du Théâtre (Matroni et moi) and associate artistic director of the NTE, where he has been performing and creating new plays since 2003 (Henri et Margaux, La Marche de Rama, Grid, Le Plan américain). As an actor, he has performed in many theater productions in Canada since graduating from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal in 1985, including at Théâtre du Nouveau Monde (Don Juan, Les Oranges sont vertes) and at Théâtre Denise-Pelletier (Rhinocéros). On television, he was seen in Cauchemar d’amour, Un gars, une fille, Annie et ses hommes and Caméra café among others, and since 2008 he’s been part of the popular family comedy series on CBC, Les Parent, which earned him the Artis award for “Best Actor in a comedy” for 3 consecutive years. More recently, he has been in the series Feux, Les Appendices and Web Thérapies. On the big screen, his performances include parts in Le Déclin de l’empire américain (D. Arcand), La Moitié gauche du frigo (P. Falardeau), Gaz Bar Blues (L. Bélanger) and C’est pas moi je le jure (P. Falardeau), all presented in several international film festivals. He has directed some twenty plays and stand-up comedy shows including Bashir Lazhar (Evelyne de la Chenelière), Tavernes, Oreille, tigre et bruit, Invention du chauffage central en Nouvelle-France and Les Chemins qui marchent (Alexis Martin). In 2012, with Tobias Wegner he directed and co-wrote LEO, which was presented in Berlin, Edinburgh and Manhattan amongst other cities, and since then is pursuing an international tour. This show received many prestigious prizes, including the Scotsman Fringe Award. Recently he has directed Animaux, which was shown at the New Experimental Theatre of Montreal. His creative approach to theatrical creation has made him a leader in Quebec’s contemporary theatre.
Thanks to: Daniel Brière, Daniel Canty, Chi Thanh Nguyen, Pascal Broussot, Benjamin Chambiron, Laetitia Sevilla, Stéphanie Garland, Marie-Pierre Bordel, Gaëtan Lanceart, Virginie Da Silva, Nikos Cyndecki, Thierry Tonelli, Frédéric Fayard, Nicolas Galloux, Pierre-Henry Colus, Fabrice Magne, Vincent Chabot, François Iund, Patrice Nivot, Stéphane Pottiez, Théo Broche, Jérôme Deny, Pascal Vittoz, Idriss Benkheira, Morgan Arnault , Joachim Cairaschi, Sébastien Cachon et ses équipes, Lucie Lebrun , Charlaine Marchal, Aurélia Loncan, Denis Rouvre, Simon Lambert, Jean-Marc Manivet, Fabrice Cervel, Mermon, Klox, Braaxe, Nathalie Goodwin, Cabinet SAADI, IFCIC / Crédit Coopératif, Claude François Jr, les équipes de Flèche Productions, Stéphane Nancy, Gil Galliot, l’Espace de Forges à Forges les Eaux, Studio Bleu, L’onde de Vélizy, Planet Live, DW, Zildjian, Roland, Vater, Remo, Dickers, Black Dandy, MPM, LST Transports, Stéphane Nancy, Gil Galliot
Technical Director: Nikos Cyndecki
General Manager: Thierry Tonelli (Titi)
Light Designer: Frédéric Fayard (Aldo) – Concept K
Light Programmer: Nicolas Galloux (Nico)
Vidéo Designer 1: Pierre-Henry Colus (PH) – Bundle
Vidéo Designer 2: Fabrice Magne
Sound Director 1: Vincent Chabot (Vince)
Sound Assistant: François Iund
Sound Assistant: Patrice Nivot (Bichon)
Light Director: Stéphane Pottiez (Feust)
Video Director: Théo Broche
Backliner: Jérôme Deny (Djé)
Blocker: Pascal Vittoz
Blocker: Idriss Benkheira
Stage Manager: Morgan Arnault
Stage Manager: Joachim Cairaschi
Decorator: Sébastien Cachon and his staff
Costumes: Lucie Lebrun