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Jim Pavloff - Ukrainian musician, composer and DJ, professionally engaged in music since 1997.

The creative path of Jim began in 1993 in New York, where he seriously got carried away with electronic music and already in 1995 recorded his first track. The study of new musical technologies of that time (midi sequencers, tone generators and samplers) led to the recording of 4 albums in the period from 1998 to 2002 in the style of breakbeat, speed garage and disco house. With this material, after his return home, Dmitry performed in Ukrainian nightclubs and at specialized club parties.

In 2001, Jim's tracks broadcasted on the radio show "Garage FM" on the FM radio "Europe Plus". In 2003, the Kiev label "Virus Production" released the first official Jim's CD-album "Jimtonik".
Since 2003 Dj Pavloff has performed in clubs on the same stage with such famous DJ's as Sukhov, Viper, Ivan Roudyk, Schmel, Stroganov, Polyakov (PPK), Lena Popova, Fonar', Kon', Electric (Koala), Sergei Boyko, R-Tem, Spartaque. He also played his warm-up sets before the perfomances of such famous musicians as John B (UK), Benny Benassi, Heiko & Maiko, Azzido Da Bass, Oliver Huntemann, Stephan Bodzin.

In 2007, Jim releases line of successful remixes: R-Tem ft. Ben Lost "Green And Red" (Jim Pavloff's remix), "Chymera - Parelo (Jim Pavloff's remix)", "Sender - Kiss You (Jim Pavloff remix)" as well as remix of the song Dj Boyko - "Trava".

Since 2008, Jim Pavloff has been taking part in the annual festival of club music "Kazantip" together with the residents of the label "Send Records" - Sender, N-Code, Drive Dealers, Goshva, Artem Yellow.

In early 2009 famous dj of the world Tiesto in his radio show Club Life 101 played a track “Drive Dealers – Colors (Jim Pavloff remix)”, and this fact rised Jim to a more high international level. Later this year the musician recorded several remixes together with the vocalist Satory Seine, and they performed together at the festival "Global Gathering Ukraine" as live project.

2010 was marked with the release of the cult video "Making of The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up by Jim Pavloff", where Jim revealed what materials and tracks were used by the band as sources of samples for creating this composition. The video became resonant in the music world, many musicians noted it, in particular Eric Prydz tweeted a link to it, and "Noisia", known for their official remixes on The Prodigy, pointed on this work in one of their interviews. "Making of The Prodigy - Voodoo People" was the next remaking video, in which he also completely recreated the original track using the music program Ableton Live.

In the period from 2011 to 2015, Jim is tightly engaged in programming his own music software for the mobile devices. Not forgetting about dj-ing, Jim regularly performs at various music festivals and night clubs.

In 2016, inspired by the work of the legendary British band The Prodigy, Jim designed and created a software synthesizer plug-in for iOS & macOS, called "Poison-202". The unique synth has a stylistic retro sound and a huge presets base, its rich fat sound was marked by Liam Howlett, the frontman and the author of The Prodigy's tracks.