|Lid van groep||It's A Fine Line|
|Genres||electro, house, techno|
After building up a dj reputation in parisian underground circles, doing parties with Jef K, Chloé, Alexkid and Ivan Smagghe, Tim Paris teamed up with Jef K to help him develop the now infamous Crack & Speed label. Working the dancefloor but also developing his skills in the studio, Tim Paris had his first breakthrough with the remix of a rock tune called "Future Now" that have been picked up by Ralph Lawson's 2020 Vision label and became one of the biggest underground tune of 2004. From there Tim Paris didn't stop and continued to release quality tracks and remixes that are praised by the most discerning djs. Now based in London, Tim Paris started in 2005 his own label Marketing Music while producing music as a solo artist, with Pete Herbert as Challenge and Ivan Smagghe as It's A Fine Line.