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B.L.I.M.

B.L.I.M.

B.L.I.M.


B.L.I.M, has been quietly traversing musical styles and conventions for nearly seven years. Beginning his musical life from an essentially classical orchestral base of Piano and violin, he has built on this to form the break led music he now produces. STYLE: With his first release on S.O.U.R. records in '95(Jeamland') he has gone onto develop his style creating a new twist on his sound for every release from the deep drum and base headspace of 'Glaciers' to the engaging Detroit Electro style of 'Chronologic'. Read more on Last.fm
B.L.I.M, has been quietly traversing musical styles and conventions for nearly seven years. Beginning his musical life from an essentially classical orchestral base of Piano and violin, he has built on this to form the break led music he now produces. STYLE: With his first release on S.O.U.R. records in '95(Jeamland') he has gone onto develop his style creating a new twist on his sound for every release from the deep drum and base headspace of 'Glaciers' to the engaging Detroit Electro style of 'Chronologic'. PAST RELEASE: B.L.I.M has worked through a series of well received releases with crossover appreciation from many musical corners on both Botchit & Scarper and Emotif culminating, most recently in the highly acclaimed collaboration; ‘U’ by Shara Nelson and Kasha and his last single Earthman/ Metronydazol. ‘High Prime’ collaboration with freQ Nasty on Adam Freeland’s Marine Parade completing a series of remixes for the likes of Avant Garde composer Steve Reich (alongside Coldcut) and Dioule’s Metisse (alongside 4 Hero). Individually B.L.I.M.'s talents have been drafted in on a number of remix projects, most notably his rework of One True Parker’s ‘Killer’ on Eruption, but also for label’s Second Skin, Melt 2000 and Hooj Toons and for Botchit’s own T-Power.

Remix talents that came to the attention of most on the precipitator to today’s New School Breaks style 'Headless Horseman' of 96 (completed for Talkin Loud’s Raw Deal). CURRENT PROJECTS: B.L.I.M. still continues to remix and co-produce a number of larger and smaller side projects, all of which are set to blow. including a collaboration with Rennie Pilgrem due out in June on TCR, a mix cd for TCR and the forthcoming release of the first release on his very own label Track Records featuring two tracks by himself and Chris Carter. TOURS/ LIVE/ RADIO: 2001 has already seen BLIM do a 10 date tour of the US plus smaller forays into Europe plus all the usual suspects around the UK breaks scene including gigs for Brightons Boutique. Read more on Last.fm.

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