Thursday, September 26 2013
As dawn breaks over 2013 the many facets of Tim Green’s production dexterity is casting reflections in innumerable directions, illuminating a musical and thought-induced excursion on which the 28-year old has well and truly embarked…
Prepossessing the ability to effortlessly manoeuvre through the realms of house and techno, experimenting across the spectrum of electronic music, whether putting out reverberating minimal techno of Amnesia peak-time kind-of-measures, lush and warm deep house, or sprinkling some of that unmistakable TG charm over productions of popular appeal, his work is stamped by ingenuity, fearlessness and fun – which also granted him the ‘Best Breakthrough Producer’ award at DJ Mag’s Best of British in 2010.
After fully bursting onto the scene in 2008 with modern classics ‘Revox’ and ‘Mr Dry’ snapped up by highly-revered Dirtybird and Trapez Records respectively, and picking up support from top players such as Sven Vath, Richie Hawtin and Luciano along the way, Tim swiftly catapulted himself into the upper echelons of the techno hierarchy. Countless high profile releases have followed since, Cocoon, Get Physical, Saved, Flumo & Four:Twenty, as well as remixing the like of Friendly Fires, Cassius, Booka Shade, Seth Troxler and many more.
With an idiosyncratic groove and off-kilter cheekiness, his sound has seen him tour every corner of the globe over the past 5 years. Highlights have included Space, Womb, Fabric, Watergate, D-edge, Electric Pickle, Warehouse Project and of course his own night Bedlam, which has gained an army of fans since it launched in 2009.
Having moved to Paris in 2012, Tim has spent the last few months preparing his very first live show, which will be premiered at this years SW4 Festival London. The show will contain live vocals, lots of exclusive edits made especially for the show and will be toured throughout Europe, North & South America from September onwards. With such an impressive back catalogue, it’s likely to cause some rather raucous scenes and dancefloors when he performs.
On the production side of things 2013 looks set to be another steller year with huge remixes for Timo Maas haunting vocal track ‘Articulation’, Sid Le Rock’s ‘Nomad’ single on the hotly tipped My Favourite Robot Records & Sven Tasnadi’s beautiful ‘Thankyou’ for German imprint Oh!Yeah!Records. Tim has also been busy working on original material with two singles forthcoming on his very own label which launches in September also. Expect 2013 to be another big year for Tim.