DJ and producer Tim Sweeney spent the early years of his life in North Carolina, Georgia, and Maryland. He enrolled at New York University in 1999 in order to study music technology and became a regular presence on WNYU via his Beats in Space program. He also held down internships with pioneering turntablist Steinski and the DFA label, in addition to becoming a skilled club DJ. After contributing saxophone to the DFA remix of Radio 4's "Dance to the Underground" and mixing the DFA showcase disc that came with the April 2003 issue of Muzik, Sweeney's name became familiar to those outside New York. Along with DFA co-head Tim Goldsworthy, Sweeney put together the mixed disc that was issued as part of 2004's DFA Compilation #2. He contributed to Rammellzee's Bi-Conicals of the Rammellzee as well.
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