MUSICIAN WORKING IN MEAT MARKET
Tim Shiel is an electronic musician, games composer and radio broadcaster based in Melbourne, Australia.
Tim’s work in gaming includes the score for the award-winning mobile game Duet. He also recently wrote the score for indie gaming documentary GameLoading: Rise of the Indies, a film which profiles the rapid growth and diversity of the global indie gaming community.
He has released a series of albums and EPs both under his own name and his previous alias Faux Pas, and has been a key member of Gotye’s touring band since 2011, touring extensively throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
A passionate and outspoken champion of forward-thinking music, Tim is known for his on-air roles at 3RRR, Double J and triple j, and is a former judge of the Australian Music Prize. He is currently the host of Something More on Double J and triple j, a weekly show devoted to brave and creative music from around the world.
How do you use your space?
“I use the Meat Market space to write and produce music, and to work with other musicians on collaborative projects.”