Specializing in warm electronic music, Poirier is a prolific, creative and eclectic Canadian producer/musician/DJ.
Constant in his albums and performances is a desire to build bridges between different languages, communities, and cultures. His open, uninhibited musical mind means that his works bend boundaries, resulting in compositions that mix several styles and eras. Based in Montreal, he tours constantly, having delivered his brand of music and openness to people in over 30 countries worldwide and he has performed in major festivals, such as BoomTown Festival, Dour Festival, Montreux Jazz Festival, Garorock, Sonar Festival, Nyege Nyege Festival, Cervantino Festival and many more. Active in Montreal, his successful monthly party Qualité de Luxe is dedicated to African and Caribbean music, attracting capacity crowds for over five years. He produced a total of 10 albums and many EPs with labels such as Wonderwheel Recordings and Ninja Tune and created a remix album of legendary Quebec songwriter Robert Charlebois. Winner of the ADISQ award of the Producer of the Year with producer/singer Boogat in 2013, Poirier also released 2016’s "Migration", an album full of reggae, electronic music, dancehall and dub. In 2017, he followed up with “Be Alright”, an EP inspired by Afro house music and featuring the Mozambican-Canadian singer Samito on the anthem "Sowia". 2019 will see the release of several new songs inspired by Poirier's travels abroad and his beloved city of Montreal.