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Music Style:  Chillout, pop and commercial dance       First Toucan Track:  The Great Experiment (1996)      Real Names:  Kristian Davies      

Kristian first joined Toucan (then Frantik) in 1996, and begun his musical career as Excelsior (a name he took from Star Trek) with a hardcore track called The Great Experiment. A year later he came into the spotlight again with the piano orientated hardcore track Dipsomania, which was remixed by DJ Kube in 2008. Kristian returned as Excelsior in July 1999 with the commercial trance piece Why Not, and in March 2001 finished his first track of the new millennium, Tranquillity Rising.

Kristian returned in 2002 with his first chillout track, Fire and Ice, which was later remixed by Psychadelik Pedestrian. Since 2002, Kristian's taken an extended break from the music scene, and has since also become a dad.

A harder JMD remix of Why Not was produced in 2004, and an Aerologic remix was produced in 2014.

EP Releases by Excelsior