His hard work had lead Stéfane Lippé to become a resident DJ at numerous clubs in Montréal, such as Sky, Sisters (Church Sundays), Stereo Nightclub , Club Opera , Fly (Toronto), Parking , Unity , Nébula Dayclub and Circus Afterhours. Furthermore, he has worked at such prestigious international clubs like the Élysée Montmartre (Paris), Klub (Nice), Gorg-O-Mish (Vancouver), Terminal (Québec), Red Light (Paris), Sunrise (Ottawa), Spartacus (Marseille), and Kingdom (Cologne), as well as major events for BBCM Foundation (IE: Black & Blue Festival), Divers/Cité, and many other organizations.
Stéfane Lippé has created an impressive artistic portfolio while playing for the most prominent crowds in Montreal. You may have had the chance to hear him on August 3, 2002, in his first opportunity to prove he belongs at important events, opening the famous Twist Party for the exhilarating DJ Paulette , at the long-gone Club Med World. You may even have caught him at the Fonderie Darling on January 29, 2005, as he shared the decks with DJs Tiga, Robert De La… Gauthier, and Rob Di Stefano at the inaugural Underground Legacy, or at Celebration at the Bell Centre on December 31, 2005, playing with the likes of Paul Oakenfold, Steve Lawler, and Montrealer Franco Fabi. Let’s not forget 2007, with a stunning performance at Encore 07, in Quebec City, as well as the infamous Black & Blue, both in 2007 for the opening set at the Olympic Stadium for DJs Peter Rauhofer, Antoine Clamaran, D-Formation and Mark Anthony and in 2009 in closing set for DJs Franco Fabi, Dave Seaman, John Digweed and Sasha .
Stéfane is now juggling his time between DJing and the Studio, now working on remixes for the Montreal-based Label DEEPSOUND RECORDS. His first 2 original productions, “Toy” and “Give me that beat”, feature Shantal Maure and were released earlier this year on BeatPort.