Kid Chocolat is a Swiss musician and producer born in Geneva on the 26th of March 1974. He's the founder of Poor Records and PREC Publishing. He's also a member of The Scribblers (with Luz) and Fortuna (with Olivier Weber and Asia Argento). From the beginning, Kid Chocolat knew his taste for films. After a first EP dedicated to Peter Sellers, the musician composed a tribute to the Italian horror master, Dario Argento. His first album released in 2002 is called "Life And Death Romano Poal" and tells the story of an imaginary musician and producer through the history of music. Recently, he made zombies dance in a funky ballroom with his album "Zombiparti!". In 2008 he released, in collaboration with video artist Pascal Greco, a double feature project including a DVD and an original soundtrack called "Super8°". If Kid Chocolat loves movies, quotes from soundtracks by John Barry, Ennio Morricone and Henry Mancini and samples dialogues, he also directed a tribute compilation to the beginnings of Stephan Eicher and Grauzone and regularly collaborates with Asia Argento, daughter of you know who and French comic writer, Luz.