Tiga has remixed songs from the likes of The xx, LCD Soundsystem, The Kills, Cabaret Voltaire, Scissor Sisters, Peaches, Moby, Depeche Mode, Justice, Friendly Fires and Mylo. Along with Zombie Nation, Tiga is half of ZZT, and has released material as The Dove, Rainer Werner Bassfinder (with Jesper Dahlback), and TGV (with Mateo Murphy). He's also co-produced music with the likes of Soulwax, James Murphy, Chilly Gonzales, Jesper Dahlback, and most recently Matthew Dear, who he worked with on "Plush."
In 1994, Tiga opened a store called DNA Records, and in 1998 founded his own label, Turbo Recordings which has gone on to release music from acts such as Proxy, Chromeo, ZZT, Boys Noize, Gesaffelstein and Azari & III. Before embarking on his solo career, Tiga was a key figure in establishing the Montreal rave scene in the early 90s, and created the legendary after-hours club SONA.
As a solo artist, Tiga released "Sunglasses at Night" with Finnish producer Jori Hulkkonen (aka Zyntherius). The single reached number 25 in the UK Dance Chart. Other successful chart singles include "Pleasure From The Bass," "You Gonna Want Me" featuring Jake Shears, and his 2009 release "Shoes," co-produced with Soulwax and Chilly Gonzales.
Tiga is the host of the BBC Radio 6 Music show "My Name Is Tiga," and made his acting debut in the 2010 film Ivory Tower, co-starring Chilly Gonzales, Feist and Peaches. The film won special mention at the Locarno International Film Festival.
Tiga's 2013 song "Plush" (Jacques Lu Cont remix) is featured in the best-selling video game Grand Theft Auto V.
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