Tim Gartz is a Swedish DJ/Producer with the roots in Stockholm. Only 20 years of age and already a name in the EDM scene. 2013 he started his own 360-management label “Casual Music“ with his managers Peter Wigren and Glenn Forrestgate.
Supported by names like Sander van Doorn, Nicky Romero and Markus Schulz. Tim started to produce music in 2010 at the age of 14; he started as a bedroom DJ/Producer like many other young talents and became popular on the Internet. He produced a lot of progressive house with unique melodies that made his work spreading across the Internet. 2013 his first single “Shine” hit over 100.000 plays on Spotify in just a couple of months. Later the same year he signed deal with Art & Music in Italy and D2E in Greece. Lots of doors opened for the Swedish DJ.
2015 has been a big year for the young DJ. Tim started his own radio show, “Future Of Swedish EDM”, released a new single “Nights Light Blue” (a collaboration with the famous sax player Steve Bone and the Swedish idol singer Gustav Bjule), 3 unofficial remixes made, most successful the remix of Justin Biebers smash hit “What do you mean”, played by NRJ among other radio stations. Tim has also been a part of the release of the new label CUB Sweden, a sub label and record label to Casual Music. To finish off the good year Tim signed an exclusive license deal of his new track “Uptown Girl” with Armada. Future is for certain looking bright for the young Swedish DJ.