TIM CLARK is a man who is not used to hearing the words “can’t do it”. He has been DJing and producing his own electronic dance music for the last 20 years before the genre was even called EDM. Ignoring the naysayers who told him, “You can’t do that,” he veered from his music path to another career path for several years by founding and growing an immensely successful company, Tradebloc, Inc. With a ruthless work ethic and With a relentless spirit of innovation,
CLARK eventually grew his company into a family of companies in finance, technology and travel, reinventing these industries. The Tradebloc, Inc. group of companies is currently valued at approximately $50 million. As of early 2023, Tradebloc Inc. was ranked #425 on Inc. Magazine’s “Top 5,000” list of companies, a qualifying ranking coveted by many but matched by a tiny minority.
Fast forward to 2023 and TIM CLARK has handed over the day-to-day running of Tracebloc to a close-knit team of experienced professionals. This has allowed CLARK to fully free up his time and devote his considerable energy to his true love and passion: music and DJ’ing.
CLARK has signed a deal with Warner Music Group for worldwide distribution of his recorded music and has carefully curated a hit squad of top-notch music industry veterans and key players in the entertainment industry. CLARK’s recent nightclub residencies include Las Vegas’ Area15 and the Artisan Ultra Lounge, among other Las Vegas venues including “underground” warehouse raves. CLARK’s music is currently released on Tradebloc Music and distributed worldwide by Warner Music.
Recent releases include TIM CLARK’s “Can’t Sing”, “Wake Up” with Jessica Zenzen, EP “The Calling” and the Valentine’s Day release “Forgiving Hearts”. CLARK’s releases are supported by a cadre of global club and radio DJs, including DAVID GUETTA, DJ Mag’s “#1” Top DJ in the World, who added CLARK’s release to GUETTA’s official Spotify playlist. The future is looking bright for TIM CLARK, a very ambitious artist who’s taken to DJing.
TIM CLARK no longer hears the words “That’s impossible”.