To say that Tim Andresen is one of Scandinavia’s leading DJs is almost an understatement. Together with Steen Thttrup he is Professional Losers – one of the most talked about new names in house music today, tipped by IDJ magazine as the next big Danish housers. Following the critically acclaimed “Crazy, Sexy, Hypnotic” and “Night People” on Fatboy Slim’s mighty Southern Fried imprint, Professional Losers were asked to remix dance music’s biggest superstar himself under his Jesus Jackson moniker, and the track went straight in at #1 in the Buzz Chart. As Professional Losers and under his own name he’s signed to record labels such as Southern Fried, Oven Ready, Wallop, Suesse, Strawberry Blonde, Fragile and Frosty Music gaining continuous support from the World’s biggest DJs; Pete Tong, Fatboy Slim, Deep Dish, Hernan Cattaneo, Xpress-2, David Guetta, Anthony Pappa, MK & MTV, Seamus Haji and many many more. No stranger to the clubbing scene, Tim Andresen has been DJing for nearly two decades. He has taken his music to more than 20 different countries and some of the finest clubs on the planet, playing for the Ministry Of Sound Tour, Pacha Ibiza, Redlight in Paris, Fabric and Turnmills in London to name just a few… London promoters Going Places describe him as “Denmark’s finest export and a firm favorite across Europe” When not jetting around the globe, his skills are in heavy demand back in Denmark. He’s resident and the man responsible for the outstanding monthly Oven Ready parties, currently rated as one of the best club nights worldwide by the likes of Mark Knight, Martijn Ten Velden and Deepgroove. He also holds residencies at Culture Box, Rust and pretty much all the major Danish house clubs. His unique contribution to the Danish clubbing scene over the years has earned him no less than 10 nominations for best Danish DJ and for best club night in just 6 years. All this has led to having what is probably the biggest local following of any Danish house DJ – a leading national newspaper brands him the “Danish champion of packed out dance floors”. Tim Andresen has selected and mixed two major CD compilations. In 2003 Ministry Of Sound asked him to mix and compile volume 1 of the Ministry Sessions series for Scandinavia. He also mixed a compilation showcasing his own club night Flow back in the summer of 2001. To add to this he also put together a cover-mount CD for Zip Magazine in Central Asia, and has just been selected to mix the next compilation for Oven Ready in Autumn 2006.As a DJ, producer, remixer, promoter and writer (Overseas Correspondent for UK’s best dance magazine I-DJ), Tim Andresen has his fingers in many different pies. The Danish whirlwind’s profile is about to explode even further, with several new tracks lined up for release under his own name as well as under the Professional Losers guise. The rest of 2006 will see his star constantly rising and is likely to be very big for Tim Andresen.