Exile performing live at Campus Party Mexico, 2011.
|Occupations||Music producer, DJ|
|Labels||Planet Mu, Beta Recordings, Warp|
A classically trained violinist, he began experimenting with electronic music aged 12, and gained his first drum and bass release in 1999. In the following years he released mostly for the legendary Moving Shadow imprint, and John B's Beta Recordings, having met John B at Durham University. After the completion of his philosophy degree, he went on to study an MA in electroacoustic composition at Durham. Perhaps unsurprisingly, his drum and bass grew increasingly experimental, and his debut LP (Pro Agonist, 2005) was released by Mike Paradinas' Planet Mu label, more commonly associated with the IDM scene.
Unsatisfied with the possibilities of conventional DJing, Exile programmed his own performance tools (at first using Pure Data and running into difficulties, he then switched to Reaktor) to allow improvisational live sets, which led to official work for Native Instruments.
- Hanzo Steel Cuts EP (Mosquito, 2004)
- Pro Agonist (Planet Mu, 2005) (as Exile)
- Tim Exile's Nuisance Gabbaret Lounge (Planet Mu, 2006)
- Listening Tree (Warp, 2009)
- Ranta, Alan (March 19, 2009). "Tim Exile: Listening Tree review". PopMatters. Retrieved on June 14, 2010.
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- Official site
- Tim Exile discography at Discogs
- Planet Mu: Tim Exile
- Exile at rolldabeats
- Public Q&A at dogsonacid.com
- Remix interview (2006)
- BBC interview (2005)
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