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Berlin's Tim Eliot represents the top percentile of European drum & bass producers. With substantial training in classical piano, he began dabbling in electronic music in 1992. Several years later he began receiving recognition on local Berlin radio stations and a series of irrefutably classic 12"s ensued. Seminal works on Don Q and Position Chrome catapulted Current Value into a literal phase of underground superstardom. Shortly thereafter, he also began playing live in his hometown and subsequently in other places… read more

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  • Avatar for CriticalSwitch
    Amazing performance in Moscow! CV is always in the league of his own.
  • Avatar for joycey22
    Pneumatics is his latest bangalang. This guy is unmatched for dark, heavy, technically heavy DnB. Some good techno too:
  • Avatar for kirsten889
    Mothman/Evac man. Top notch.
  • Avatar for rolfeijg
    Madness! Love the new Biocellulose LP and last years Force Black EP is probably the best thing that happened to dark dnb / neurofunk in years.
  • Avatar for CriticalSwitch
    Biocellulose is great, every track on it is a killer, except of collaborations with Mefjus and Phace, they are shit producers.
  • Avatar for CriticalSwitch
    Probably the most forward thinking and technologically advanced musician I know, along with Dean Rodell. I didn't like some of his recent commercially-oriented outputs though. He is a genius of dark and frozen crystal-clear sci-fi dnb, I think he should keep going this way. No jump-up cheese, please.
  • Avatar for BassExtractor
    The best kind of DnB, mmmmh delicious~
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  • Avatar for Cortez2142
    So CV is approaching Neurofunk now? Hell yeah. The Nitro EP is pure fire.
  • Avatar for CriticalSwitch
    The newer material disappoints. Dislike the modern neurofunk tone on Nitro. Where is heaviness? Where is the atmosphere? Bring us back your ruthless drums and oppressive synths, Tim!

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