Techno. Hard-hitting, still flexible and glitchy, oscillating between anthemic house and seminal electro, Leipzig original Christian Fischer, DJ and producer for over ten years knows exactly what set the dance floor on fire.
Running the successful imprint Definition Records, which has become an integral part of the international techno scene over the years while growing into a varied outlet that has helped to shape the movement, Christian is not one to shy away from stylistic advancement and technical innovation. Being one of the first who embraced new DJing technologies such as Final Scratch, Christian’s melody-driven, uplifting and progressive sets are legendary. Fischer, who jump-started his career on the befriended Statik Entertainment label and has since released celebrated EP on imprints as varied as Craft Music, Patterns, Abyss and Whirlpool Sex, teamed up with colleague DJ Murphy, the sensational turntable talent Fischer unearthed on one of his countless Brazil tours and signed for his label straight away, to produce and play under the moniker Deckmonsters. With their crazy turntable tricks, they are breaking every preconception what a DJ set could be like. They released their first longplayer in 2008, which is now followed by Christian Fischer’s solo debut album “Bryzant Games” out now on Bryzant. In 2009 Christian just started Bryzant Radio – a bi weekly radio show. With the best Tunes from the Clubs around the World and featuring Guest-DJ-Mixes Christian invites DJs like Renato Cohen, Spektre, Perc, Bruno Morphet just to name a few. The Show is broadcast thru the best Radio Stations worldwide from Ibiza to Canada or from Philippines to Hungary. In 2010 it was released the album “Change Disko” which reflects his experience as a DJ for more than ten years in his music.
Fischer knows exactly how to attack the dancefloor: where you least expect it. Hard-hitting and rolling, the Original has it all – bleepy elements and crispy filters galore! Next up is Sven Tasnadi´s remix who choses a funky dry hi-hat to set the scene and then adds on to it, layer by layer, until the floor is completely under his spell. Alex Young chooses a sweet´n´funky approach: percussive and slightly weird, his remix is one for the professional dancing crowd.