In 2004 he had a breakthrough, releasing his first records and getting his first remix jobs. Co-produced by Graham Lord (Audiowhores), The Pressure (released as Northern Spirit) was a big hit to those in the US garage and vocal house scene and even managed to top the Dreem Teem's WMC chart on Radio One. Tim followed it up with Feel Good, a cheeky filtered disco-houser that gained support from DJs worldwide and once again received airplay on BBC's Radio One. Over the next few years he earnt a reputation for his soulful remixes, working with labels including Elan Rouge, Swank Recordings, Boss Records and Lowered Recordings. His productions featured on compilations from Clubstar, Kinky Sweet and Hed Kandi.
Whilst developing his skills as a producer, Tim had also progressed as a DJ and was given the chance to play in some amazing clubs such as The Mint Club (Leeds), Ministry Of Sound (London), Piekarnia (Warsaw) and even played at the Sony Ericsson Sounds Of Summer festival in New Zealand. In 2005 he won a competition to compile and mix a compilation album for Kinky Sweet in USA, and a year later was contacted to compile and mix a second album in the series.
For the past few years Tim had put his DJing to the side, playing very few events whilst he concentrated on his productions. Currently a student at Manchester's School Of Sound Recording, he has vastly improved his skills and found himself turning to a more electronic style of music. Having begun his comeback in late 2009, the new year will see a brand new DJ emerge with a decade's experience and a whole new sound. 2010 will see the return of Secret Soul.