Just like a Tim is Netherlands-based electronica deviant Tim van Leijden, whose idiot-(s)avant-garde abusements of hip-hop and techno have appeared mostly around the D-Jax label. One for the “Yeah, I purchase his information…Sorted!…Play them out? Are you currently joking?” document, Leijden’s amazingly listenable beat-hiccups are identical in a few respects to performers such as for example Atom Heart and Patrick Pulsinger, but with a typically more powerful, even more minimal hip-hop base (Mantronix, Schooly D) which those performers frequently trade out. Carrying out a high-profile remix program for countrymate Speedy J’s main label debut (“Ni Move Snix,” released by Mute in early 1997), Leijden was roped in by Cornwall-based acidity/electronica label Rephlex to provide a few paths so on a Tim makeover. Leijden can be a gifted graffiti musician (his visual design just as idiosyncratic as his musical), and his illustrations sophistication labels and sleeves of all of his produces; he came back in 2000 with Crimson and Blue Boxing.