Tim Wolff
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Tim Wolff

Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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Estroe - Projectie (Tim Wolff remix) (EevoNext) June 1st 2010 buy from Beatport

Senor Swanky EP (EevoNext) December 15th 2009
1. Senory Swanky
2. God Bless You Detroit
3. Does That Count
4. Senor Swanky (Estroe remix)

Train to 020 EP (Tik Tok Music) April 19th 2009
1. Train to 020 (Vocal version)
2. Train to 020 (Instrumental version)
3. Train to 020 (Invite remix)

Sostenuto EP (EevoNext), January 19th 2009
1. Sostenuto
2. Branch
3. Like Clockwork
4. Like Clockwork (Terrace remix)



Tim Wolff’s dj-career starts with a bang in 2005 with a residency in Amsterdam’s notorious TWSTd-bar. When Tim takes up producing a couple of years later, things really start to take off. He reaches the finals of Holland’s biggest producers competition Vinylized in 2007 and 2008, attracting the attention of techno veteran Estroe. The start of 2009 sees his first release Sostenuto EP on Estroe’s and Acid Junkies’ renowned label EevoNext Recordings. The tracks get picked up by masters of the trade such as Steve Rachmad and Josh Wink, who includes the track Branch in the prestigious Resident Advisor podcast. On the heels of this success come great gigs such as Awakenings Festival, TWSTd QNSDY Open Air, Rockit Festival and the Tube in Belgrade, along with countless club dates in venues like Paradiso, Studio 80 and Sugar Factory.

After a release on Tik Tok Music, Train to 020 EP, Tim returns to EevoNext late 2009 for his third release Senor Swanky EP, which includes a remix by Estroe. In November of that same year, techno-demigod Dave Clarke picks up Tim’s unreleased promo-track Get Ready, drops it at a packed Awakenings edition at the Gashouder, and puts it in his November top ten chart and on his 3FM White Noise “Best of 2009” list. Tim’s tracks and sets continue to pop up in Dave’s international radio show White Noise after that.

Meanwhile the future looks bright. A flurry of releases is planned for the remainder of 2010, many of which are already heavily supported by international dj big whigs. A vinyl release with Marcus Gehring on Amsterdam’s hottest new label Piekup Records; no less than three vinyl releases on Darko Esser’s Wolfskuil imprint, including remixes by Steve Rachmad, Quince, Estroe and Darko himself; and remixes for Tango & Cash a.k.a. Marko Nastic and Kobayah, for Camiel Daamen on Klopfgeist, and for 2010 Vinylized winner Jorg Murcus on Outside the Box Records. You’d almost forget Tim holds a PhD in political philosophy and teaches at Amsterdam University!