Le Brisc, also known as Kristian Tilgner was born on 21 of July 1979 in Hennigsdorf, a town near Berlin. At the age of 7, he made his first contacts with music, it began with a small guitar for children, which his father gave him. But later he decided to work with keyboard instruments and got a little Synthesizer with wich he got his first musical knowledge and worked out his first melodies. Then a computer came into play, the Commodore 64. With this computer Le Brisc created with a SID-Sequencer cheeping pieces of music. It wasn't satisfying, so Le Brisc decided to buy a Amiga 500+ with Oktamed (8-Track-Sequencer) and a Sampling Cartridge. From that time, 8-Bit Stereo music was produced. The first Hardcore-Tracks were devvelopped which have been very popular. Then he met a DJ who worked with a 286PC and a self-soldered "Covox". Together they exchanged their ideas and Hardcore became Techno, with more sense than "Bum". Le Brisc bought a PC with the possibility to go online, there he found better developped software, 32 tracks, 16 Bit, stereo. It broadened his mind. After 2 or 3 weeks working with these programs, his first tracks were created. Le Brisc got more and more known in the underground and he published his tracks worldwide with the help of Internet. But how you can get this music on CD or Vinyl? Therefor he remembered the DJ, because he worked in a Music-Shop and build up connections to several producers and record labels, and who build up a little Midi-Studio in which they passe the nights. The result was the first release at BMG Berlin "Marc Rembrandt - Drauf/If I rock da house". They made remixes and their proceeds were investidated for a better studio. The success was fast, several compilations, foreign licenses and there track has been in the DDC for 5 weeks. His first comeback was one year later, a remix for "TBO & Vega - Cosmic Space". Between this break, Le Brisc finished his apprenticeship as varnisher and meanwhile worked in Pforzheim. At the weekend he talked with several producers and exchanged his ideas with the help of a Messenger-Software. One of these producers was Michael Fusseder who had a lot of releases at Blutonium Records at this time. There same musical interests carried on a meeting in munich where they startet a production: with success! "Trip to africa" was created end released on Blutonium records. Le Brisc made his first contacts with the head of Blutonium Records, Dirk Adamiak. Today Le Brisc has released a lot of Vinyls and remixes on Blutonium, Tunnel Records, Tragma, BootlegBeats, Hardbazz Factory, Darkstyle Traxx and many more. He's also on tour as Dj with his brother Kai Jaxx and visit countrys like Wales , Estonia, Austria.