Born in Paris Gregori Klosman is really starting to make a name for himself in the world of House music.2010 proved to be an action
packed year for the young DJ and producer with highlights including remix work for the likes of Bob Sinclar, Akon, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike,
D.O.N.S and Syke'n'Sugarstar.Working on such high profile artist's material was more than likely to turn a few heads, and sure enough
Gregori's studio work began attracting the attention of genre pioneers and current stars alike with Erick Morillo, David Guetta, Steve Angello,
Afrojack, Tiesto and Chuckie all supporting his work.The ambitious Frenchman wasn't finished there however, in the second half of the year he
went on to co produce "MUTFAKTA" with Chuckie, a storming Dutch house banger which reached number 3 in Beatport's overall chart as well as other
high profile releases on labels such as Armada, Cr2, Nero and Spinnin.2011 has brought another year of success with releases including originals such
as "Jaws", “Low Battery”, “Bounce” and “Peacock” as well as remixes for the likes of Erick Morillo, David Guetta and Avicii. An official
remix of Lady Gaga’s “Americano” is also due for release soon.
Albin Myers is the one of the most interesting musical talents to come out of Stockholm, Sweden. Alongside his own House productions,
Albin is in demand for remixes - requested personally by the likes of David Guetta and Avicii among others - and his latest project is MyBack, his
DJ/production duo with fellow Swede John Dahlbäck.
Growing up in a theatrical musical family, Albin was 14 when he started making music using computer programmes. By 15, he'd honed his DJ skills
on a set of technics 1210’s residing in a friend's garage, and he was soon out playing small clubs in Stockholm. Following several releases on
Starbuster, he joined Swedish label Joia Records, and with his high energy productions garnering acclaim the remix requests flooded in from David
Guetta Kelly Rowland, Erick Morillo, Tom Novy, EDX, John Dahlbäck and Greg Cerrone to name a few...
You would be hard pressed to find an artist more authorative on the convergence of electronic and alternative culture than Tristan
Garner. As one of the most distinct talents to emerge from the burgeoning French club scene, his renegade stance upon global club land has rallied
many an admirer, making his 360-degree industry overhaul an unignorable force of musical anarchy.
Emerging from rural France with a passion for technology and various forms of rock music, Garner was perhaps the least likely child to break the mold
as a globally acclaimed dance artist. Armed only with classical piano training and an affinity for programming software, it was a chance introduction
to Reason that would set him on course to his now widely acknowledged aptitude for filling dance floors with divergent club fuel. Whilst his earlier
days were spent studying marketing and business at one of France’s most prominent business academies, Tristan would relocate to Paris at the age of
22 and promptly find his feet as a truly entrepreneurial artist. Immersed in Parisian club culture, his earlier residencies at Queen and Amnesia
nightclub would comfortably set in motion his own musical revolution. A producer first and foremost, the opportunities forged around his quest to
muster the full creative spectrum would see his own tracks in the hands of some of his nations most prolific industry advocates. By the time “Give
Love” had formally hit the market, the bookings were out of control and so started Garner ongoing ascent of the global dance industry.
From such landmark studio offerings as “Last Forever” alongside Norman Doray through to A-list remix duties for the likes of Zedd, Armin Van
Buuren, and Tiësto, Tristan’s musical calling card has remained a welcomingly distinct affair. Within the leaps and bounds between his Digital
Rocker EP and such acclaimed singles as “Punx” and “Machine Gun,” that high-octane getup has been embedded upon dance floors across the globe,
adding to his attested trend for bringing new and exciting noise to the peak time skyline. Now holding a melodically refined manipulation of sound
from across the musical spectrum, this daring approach continues to turn heads away from the obvious safe zones that Garner has set upon destroying
throughout his career.
Behind the decks, Tristan is just as positively unconventional. Renowned for his speedy mixing, off-the-cuff bootlegs and mash-ups and juxtapositions
of music from every imaginable avenue, his refined and perfectionistic approach has turned heads across the globe. Holding his own residency at Vessel
San Francisco and preparing to trail the globe with his adrenaline-fuelled showmanship, Tristan has ascended to the ranks of floor filling punk with
The action doesn’t end at studio spoils and hair-raising DJ sets. His own Xtra Life imprint has seen the French talent steer his own industry vessel
towards the sound of his musical ambitions, collecting new talents and his own solo offerings along the way. As an original brand of electronic music,
the future hints at huge parties, cutting edge artists and a very personal take on the artist imprint concept.
But when Tristan suggests we have seen but a fraction of his career, you know big things are in store. Think deep conceptual albums, globetrotting
tour duties, further refinement of his Xtralife imprint and the perfecting of his intense musical calling card and there is little question as to why
this deviant French talent is consistently on the rise. If ever electronic dance music needed a diversion from the poster-boy antics of ‘EDM’,
Tristan Garner is the musical manipulator that modern club land has been begging for.