Tim Healey is a freak amongst DJs. Simultaneously pursuing an intense tour schedule while producing from his Brighton studio and running his label: Giant Pussy Records. He has rocked festivals across the globe, having repeatedly toured Europe, Asia, the US and Australia. He’s played Glastonbury and Reading festivals, Fuji Rock and Burning Man. He’s supported bands like The Prodigy, and is no stranger to crowds of up to one million, as his last New Year on the Beach in Rio will testify. In club-land, he’s toured with DJs like David Guetta, Erick Morillo, and Deadmau5 and he’s played for Cream, God’s Kitchen, Ministry of Sound, Manumission, Pacha, and headlined nights in territories as far flung as San Francisco, South Africa, Singapore, Kazakhstan and Brazil. Most people will know Tim’s work from when he used to be one half of Coburn, who pretty much defined the scene that became known as electro house with their anthem: ‘We Interrupt This Programme’, and their follow up singles ‘Give Me Love’ and ‘Razor Blade’. As well as DJing, Tim is no stranger to presenting his music as an audio-visual live show, with the assistance of a VJ Chris Andrew (supplying custom visuals), MC Junior Red and drummer Rich Kegg. On top of the incessant touring, Tim, has found the time to remix a ridiculous pantheon of names from Gwen Stefani & Pharell to K.C & The Sunshine Band. He’s also remixed the Golden Age by The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, and delved into deep techno with his rework of Hatiras’ ‘Spaced Invader’. 2009 saw his rave-sampling-monster of a record, ‘Ghetto Blaster’, hogging the top ten on Beatport for several weeks, getting dropped by artists as diverse as Moby and Dubfire. His production skills remain permanently in demand; his sample production pack remains a bestseller, and he’s worked with artists across the spectrum from pop, rock, hip-hop and dance, and has turned in remixes for most major labels. Never shy from pushing boundaries, Tim has also just turned in the official dubstep remix of Tomcraft’s ‘Loneliness’, out in February of this year.