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Keen on music since his early childhood, Tristan Garner grew up under the influence
of the french and english electronic scene. After several years of classic music studies,
Tristan discovers the potential of new electronic music software in 2000, and starts composing.

In 2006 he signs his first 12" on Antoine Clamaran's label Pool-e-Music with "Stomp that Shit", "The Game", & "Smash", 3 dancefloor bombs already supported by many djs & producers. The second 12" is a collaboration with musical partners Distorded and Greg Dorian called TGD "N'Sex" released not too long after that. The 3rd, "Orientalism", released on Pool e Music's Tumbata imprint in the opening of 2007.
Remixes for different fellow artists follow (Antoine Clamaran, Lady Stazia, Mischa Daniels, Jeff Di Feno).

2007 is Tristan's kick-off year when he produces 'Give Some Love' featuring Akil Wingate and remixed by Arias and Jerome Isma-Ae, which gets worldwide attention. By 2008 'Give Some Love' is signed to labels all over the world.

Following in the footsteps of Cerrone, Daft Punk and Cassius, Tristan Garner has put himself on the map of the most talented DJ / producer’s of the NEW French generation.
Tristan has had a string of hits including “Give Love”, “Freedom”, “Caribe” and the international smash, “Last Forever”. Tristan continues to stay on top with 2010’s underground anthem “Fuckin Down” which has been playlisted by some of the biggest DJs in the world.
With his resume growing, the next phase for Tristan is the launch of Xtra Life Records in September 2010. Xtra Life records is a subdivision of Strictly Rhythm Records and promises massive dancefloors releases Tristan himself has become world renown for.

When Tristan is not producing music & remixes (surprising projects to come!), he's touring and DJing.