Midlands UK based DJ and Producer CaLL Me T (James Tomlinson) is working hard to bring the dance music industry pure quality electronic music.
Being inspired by Techno giants such as Carl Cox, Adam Bayer, Chris Leibing and James Zabiela all the way through to artists like Fatboy Slim, The Chemical Brothers, Plump DJs, to Unkle.
The inspiration from such artists and artists alike is exactly what gives James his drive and determination to dedicate his life to electronic music.
Local to his home CaLL Me T is certainly no stranger to the midlands clubbing scene having played at prime clubbing spots Q Club, Custard Factory, Space 2, Rainbow Warehouse and Cellar Door but ir doesn't stop there! CaLL Me T has played main room sets at London's premier club Egg, Scotland's finest Wickerman Festival, played for Global Underground NYE at the legendary Q CLub amongst some of the finest Techno act the world has to offer, Sheffield's Tramlines Festival, Birmingham's almighty Drop Beats Not Bombs event, Manchester's bass driven night Lowdown & Dirty at the awesome Sound Control and his skills have even taken him as far as The White Isle when he played at Ibiza Rocks in June 2010.
Fast forward to 2012 and CaLL Me T is considered to be an up and coming Dj in the industry. Not only has he played two huge New Years Eve events in a row and venues across the country, he has shared the bill with the like of James Zabeila, Nic Fancuilli, Derick Carter, Darren Emerson, Junior Jack & Kid Creme, Meat Katie, Lee Coombs, Evil Nine, and Vandal to name just a few.
Having a strong passion for electronic music CaLL Me T also runs his own monthly show 'The Techno Lounge' on local radio station Stafford FM.
VANDAL (LOT49 / Benefit)
"One of the best new djs I've seen. The first time I witnessed Call Me T in action I ended up on the floor for all of his set and that rarely happens these days. He ticks all the boxes for me, a healthy dose of monster bass, great techy rhythms and a real understanding of how to build a set. I've seen him play a few times now now and each time he's had the crowd in the palm of his hands. It's fair to say this lad has definitely got the skills."
REKTCHORDZ (LOT49 / U&A)
"I've shared the Bill with 'Call Me T' on various occasions due to our involvement with the infamous Fracture (Lot 49) shows. James always has a fantastic tune selection and isn't afraid to venture through different dance music genres. This complimented by smooth, intuitive mixing makes him one to watch out for".
CaLL Me.T’s tracks