However, that didn't last long, as Stallings revolted and went on to become one of America's leading nightclub personalities. Stallings is part of what's known as the second wave of Chicago house. Throughout the '90s, he was doing remixes for everybody from the Pet Shop Boys to Kylie Minogue and Diana Ross.
However, it wasn't until his latest album "Kittenz & Thee Glitz" that he really made it big. The CD received rave reviews both stateside and in Europe. Filled with freaky, funky electro-punk and Latino house, the album was branded everything from "[one of] the best electronic music discs of last year" (Rolling Stone) to "one of the most innovative records to come from an American DJ" (New York Times).
In Moscow, Felix da Housecat will be playing a blend of contemporary house and '80s electropop.