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Dreem Teem

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Dreem Teem
OriginLondon, England
GenresUK garage, house
Occupation(s)Record producers, remixers, DJs
Years active1996–present
Labels4 Liberty Records, FFRR Records, VC Recordings
MembersDJ Spoony
Mikee B
Timmi Magic

The Dreem Teem are a British DJ, music production and remixing trio consisting of DJ Spoony, Mikee B, and Timmi Magic. They formed in 1996 through pirate radio, and were instrumental in developing the UK garage sound. They presented radio shows on Kiss 100 (1997–2000) and BBC Radio 1 (2000–2003).



The Dreem Teem were formed in 1996 after meeting on the London pirate radio station, London Underground FM. Mikee B had previously been part of the breakbeat hardcore trio Top Buzz. Through London Underground, they became key movers in the then developing UK garage genre, while also running their own record label, DJs for Life.[1][2] In December 1997, they joined London's Kiss 100, and in January 2000 made the move to the national broadcaster BBC Radio 1.[3] They would win a Music Broadcaster award at the 2001 Sony Radio Awards.[4] Their Sunday show as a trio would eventually end in November 2003; however, DJ Spoony would stay on the station to present the weekend show solo until 2006, as well as on BBC Radio 5 Live,[5] and Magic and Mikee B would continue to DJ and produce. They occasionally still DJ as a trio.

In 2013, the Dreem Teem appeared alongside many other garage pioneers in a documentary exploring the legacy of UK garage, Rewind 4Ever: The History of UK Garage.[6]




  • Dreem Teem - In Session Volumes 1/2/3 (1997), 4 Liberty Records
  • INCredible Sound of the Dreem Teem (2000), INCredible

Singles and EPs


Selected remixes



  1. ^ Bill Brewster (18 January 2018). "Dreem Teem on the Birth of UK Garage". RBMA Daily. Archived from the original on 18 March 2019. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  2. ^ Bill Brewster (18 January 2018). "DJ Spoony of Dreem Teem on Pirate Radio and Ayia Napa, the Ibiza for UKG". RBMA Daily. Archived from the original on 4 April 2019. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  3. ^ "RWD Online - Features - Dreem Teem". RWDmag. 14 April 2003. Archived from the original on 22 April 2003.
  4. ^ "radionow.co.uk - Sony Radio Academy Award winners". radionow.co.uk. 6 May 2001. Archived from the original on 25 May 2013. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  5. ^ Julia Day (31 July 2006). "Radio Industry - TOTP hosts get high-profile Radio 1 show". The Guardian.
  6. ^ "Todd Edwards, Wookie and more to appear in documentary exploring the legacy of UK garage – FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music". Factmag.com. 27 June 2013. Retrieved 10 January 2014.
  7. ^ "DREEM TEEM - full Official Chart History - Official Charts Company". OfficialCharts.com.