|Birth name||Timothy John Gane|
12 July 1964 |
Ilford, Essex, England
|Genres||Post-rock, avant-garde, indie pop|
|Associated acts||McCarthy, Stereolab|
Gane was born in Ilford, Essex, and began his musical career as a purveyor of harsh noise in the early 1980s under the alias Unkommuniti releasing self-financed cassettes on Black Dwarf Wreckordings along with fellow Unkommuniti members Kallous Boys and other noise projects. Tim was a key member of McCarthy from 1985-1990. Turn On, Gane's side project with occasional Stereolab contributor and member of The High Llamas, Sean O'Hagan, released their self-titled debut in 1997.
In 2013 he released Blood-Drums under the moniker Cavern Of Anti-Matter (band composed by Tim, Holger Zapf and Joe Dilworth).
Gane and Laetitia Sadier were romantically involved throughout most of Stereolab's duration but separated in 2004.
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