Gilbert Le Funk (Madrid, 1985) is a DJ, musician and record producer.
Starting to compose at the age of 11, he got into music production in the mid 90s, greatly influenced by the eurodance and house music acts of PvD, Bob Sinclar, Armand Van Helden, or ATB. Though later he would spend the day listening to more diverse music, from Stravinsky to CASIOPEA, Incognito or Frank Zappa, which finally lead him to learn to play electric bass and trumpet as well as setting up is own studio, where he would first work as a musical arranger for other artists and bands.In 2005 he was moving away from acid jazz and his label La Musique Fantastique was born, starting his Gilbert Le Funk project by making remixes for labels Delecto (CAN), Catch 22 (NYC) or Transport (SF) as well as playing some of the biggest house music acts all over Spain. In 2006 he produced “Work It Out” for DJ Disciple, a track that would mark a before and after in his career, making him responsible for one of the underground hymns during that year. Later, his remix of "L.A. Girls" was premiered by Dimitri From Paris and used on the MTV series "The Hills". In 2008 his track "Afrikantastique" got licensed by Defected and Subliminal and it wasn't long until he became a major player in the house scene. A solid string of releases have followed since then, topping the charts All About the 90s, Something, Wanna Be Free and taking him to tour the world as a DJ, playing in the US, Russia, Dubai, Costa Rica or Indonesia.