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 - Tim Engelhardt


What first started as a simple tendency for liking different music than the music on the radio, eventually led the 16 years old and very talented Tim Engelhardt to write music for the club with a compositional, musical and elegant but very mature and emotional approach.He lives in the german „Westerwald“, which you maybe know as the territory where Dominik Eulberg is doing his famous nature-inspired music, and that is as well the case with Tim. If you grow up in a place like this, it’s very likely to be conscious about nature.Always being impressed and inspired by the sound of Keith Jarrett, Mike Oldfield, Orbital or more recently, Gui Boratto, Robert Babicz and of course Dominik Eulberg, Tim started to produce in 2011, especially under guidance and instructions from Andreas Lindemann, who also gave Tim the chance to publish his first vinyls on his label PMP, resulting in pieces like his fantastic take on Solee’s „Jule“, which topped the chillout-charts for more than 80 weeks, and after that, remixes for legends like Boris Brejcha and Dr. Kucho.After a very long experimenting-phase of about 3 years, which saw him releasing his first solo vinyl on PMP, which was rated 6/6 in the german raveline mag, as well as a few high quality remixes and EPs on highly appreciated labels like Parquet Recordings, Ostwind Records, Amuse Gueule, Vitalik, HNQO’s Playperview, Dantze, his music takes a very focused direction now.He’s working on pieces for the precious LA-based subtract music, who had one of the biggest tunes of 2012 with Guy J’s remix of Gill Norris’ classic „Forme“ and more recently, the Martin Buttrich remix of „Set Her Free“ by Vinayak A and he has done a phenomenal remix for his longtime idol Robert Babicz, which is set to be released on his Babiczstyle imprint, accompanied by remixes crafted by Guy J and the almighty John Digweed.Besides that he did remixes for Gabriel Ananda and others as well as a string of other compositions on highly acclaimed labels to be unleashed soon.Receiving constant support from top players like Robert Babicz, Gabriel Ananda, Slam, Paul Hazendonk, Acid Pauli or Oliver Schories the future for Tim is set to be a bright one.