Kavinsky (Vincent Belorgey, born 1977) is a French electro house artist, and has released three EPs on the Record Makers label: Teddy Boy in 2006, 1986 a year later, and Nightcall in 2010. His work has been remixed by SebastiAn and others. He toured alongside Daft Punk, The Rapture, Justice, and SebastiAn in 2007. In addition to his music career he has also appeared in several films including Steak, directed by longtime friend Mr. Oizo. The SebastiAn remix of "Testarossa Autodrive" off the 1986 EP is featured in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV. Kavinsky's fellow producer Surkin once jokingly claimed in an interview that Kavinsky was his father. There has been a long running joke since. Kavinsky's production style is very reminiscent of film soundtracks of the 1980s. He has also been compared to many similar French house artists including Daft Punk and Danger. Kavinsky's single "Nightcall" was featured in the opening credits of the film Drive, and became a major hit soon after, with YouTube views climbing to over 3 million in one month. This song was sampled by Lupe Fiasco on the track American Terrorist III in 2011.