An Australian college student who parlayed his music technology level right into a thriving creation profession, Tim Koch first became influenced by electronic music via the soundtracks for eight-bit video gaming. He performed bass and drums in a few regional bands, then analyzed at Adelaid University or college. While there, he started documenting in the school’s P.A.T.U. documenting studio, sequencing songs with synthesizers and drum devices. Koch started releasing his are Thug in 1997, saving tracks for just two compilations: Blip Bleep: Soundtracks to Imaginary VIDEO GAMING for New York’s Lucky Kitchen and Extracted Celluloid for Negativland’s Seeland Information. The Australian label Aural Sectors debuted with Koch’s 1st full-length, Isolated Tempo Clock.