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Tim Exile

British producer Tim Exile (blessed Tim Shaw in 1978) initially experienced digital music through DJing, but following discovering synthesizers and tape machines and picking right up a sampler, he began producing difficult drum’n’bass for Beta Recordings and Shifting Shadow, among various other labels. From 2000 through 2004, he released approximately twelve 12″ singles, EPs, and increase packages. While Exile’s result continued to include components of drum’n’bass, his audio became more and more abstract, albeit without shedding the frenetic energy of his first tracks. Beginning in 2005 with Pro Agonist (Globe Mu), he resolved into an album-oriented discharge timetable (though he still released the casual 12″); the extremely hyper and fragmented Tim Exile’s Nuisance Gabbaret Lounge (Globe Mu, 2006) and vocals-heavy Hearing Tree (Warp, 2009) implemented.

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