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    This Is Your Life
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    Know How - Báhkin Remix - Báhkin
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    Turbine Life
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    Lampedusa - Sean Taylor
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    Deep Reaches
‘I grew up in Africa and so it wasn’t until we moved to Ireland when I was 11 that I saw Top of the Pops for the first time and got the bug for making music.
It was at that time I’d started piano lessons
In pursuit of his dreams, Tim has been in various bands over the years and supported Public Enemy at the Trinity Ball in Dublin in 1988. Eventually with his band Men United he was signed by the Warner Bros imprint East west in 1993. The highlights were recording at Abbey Road Studios and meeting Zig and Zag and being interviewed by them and Chris Evans on The Big Breakfast
But it wasn’t a happy time as he felt like the record company had taken over and he had lost control and so walked away from it. However he has continued to make music ever since, honing his craft and creating his unique sound
‘Whilst I enjoy all types of music, there is something about Electronic music that I’ve always loved making. And even after all these years I get excited creating new electronic sounds’
Tim’s early influences come from producers such as Giorgio Moroder, Vangelis and Trevor Horn and many of the synth pop bands that emerged in the late 1970’s and early 80’s. He embraced the club scene in the late 80’s and early 90’s and was further influenced by the dance music that emerged at that time. It wasn’t unusual in those days to be out clubbing two or three times a week


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