Micke


MICKE
[Buzzlife | Liquid Lounge SoundSystem | WDC]

Emerging in Washington, D.C. twenty years ago, in the prime of the rave era, Micke was a talented & bright, yet unknown artist in an overflowing sea of bedroom DJ's. In 1998, Micke co-founded Liquid Lounge (now known as Liquid Lounge SoundSystem), with good friend & long-time business partner, Erik Johnson, known as EJ. Together they formed a DJ collective & promotion group, which was led by Contrast, Micke & EJ's tag team name. As part of Contrast, Micke was regularly playing some of the most notable venues on the East Coast.

Micke gained notoriety as a sound & lighting tech for Primacy, a major venue owner in DC--most notably at Club Five and Nation--Micke's hard work and dedication was recognized by Scott Henry, the founder of Buzz, who hired him onto his management team. Buzz was one of the most well known and influential weekly club events in rave history.

Thanks to Buzz, Micke's talent was quickly noticed by some of the biggest names in Electronic Music including: Hybrid, Tarantella & Redanka, Judge Jules, Max Graham, Armin Van Heldon, Dave Ralph, Deep Dish, PVD, Chris Fortier, Carl Cox, DJ Dan, & Donald Glaude to name a few.... and of course, Sandra Collins.

Micke earned a Buzzlife residency, putting him and his collective, Liquid Lounge, in regular main room rotation at Buzz. It was then that Sandra Collins noticed his skills, and requested Micke as her opening DJ whenever she played at Nation.

During the week, Micke was grinding for Deep Dish and their online label site, Yoshitoshi Records, as Customer Service Manager & Assistant Music Purchaser, under the direction of Alex Whalen, General Manager of Yoshitoshi Records (Store) and Yoshitoshi.com. In 2006, Micke took a hiatus from performing to focus on honing his production skills.

Now, he's surging back, hitting the scene heavy with original tracks & collaborations with such artists as Sandra Collins & Andy Woldman. He has continued to evolve his 20 year music partnership with EJ, as Temporal Mental, in parallel to his solo career.

Micke still represents Buzzlife, helping Scott Henry to remind those in the know of how amazing this music can truly be...

Facebook.com/DJMicke
Facebook.com/Buzzlife
SoundCloud.com/DJMickeDC
MixCloud.com/DJMickeDC
twitter: @DJMickeDC

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MICKE
[Buzzlife | Liquid Lounge SoundSystem | WDC]

Emerging in Washington, D.C. twenty years ago, in the prime of the rave era, Micke was a talented & bright, yet unknown artist in an overflowing sea of bedroom DJ's. In 1998, Micke co-founded Liquid Lounge (now known as Liquid Lounge SoundSystem), with good friend & long-time business partner, Erik Johnson, known as EJ. Together they formed a DJ collective & promotion group, which was led by Contrast, Micke & EJ's tag team name. As part of Contrast, Micke was regularly playing some of the most notable venues on the East Coast.

Micke gained notoriety as a sound & lighting tech for Primacy, a major venue owner in DC--most notably at Club Five and Nation--Micke's hard work and dedication was recognized by Scott Henry, the founder of Buzz, who hired him onto his management team. Buzz was one of the most well known and influential weekly club events in rave history.

Thanks to Buzz, Micke's talent was quickly noticed by some of the biggest names in Electronic Music including: Hybrid, Tarantella & Redanka, Judge Jules, Max Graham, Armin Van Heldon, Dave Ralph, Deep Dish, PVD, Chris Fortier, Carl Cox, DJ Dan, & Donald Glaude to name a few.... and of course, Sandra Collins.

Micke earned a Buzzlife residency, putting him and his collective, Liquid Lounge, in regular main room rotation at Buzz. It was then that Sandra Collins noticed his skills, and requested Micke as her opening DJ whenever she played at Nation.

During the week, Micke was grinding for Deep Dish and their online label site, Yoshitoshi Records, as Customer Service Manager & Assistant Music Purchaser, under the direction of Alex Whalen, General Manager of Yoshitoshi Records (Store) and Yoshitoshi.com. In 2006, Micke took a hiatus from performing to focus on honing his production skills.

Now, he's surging back, hitting the scene heavy with original tracks & collaborations with such artists as Sandra Collins & Andy Woldman. He has continued to evolve his 20 year music partnership with EJ, as Temporal Mental, in parallel to his solo career.

Micke still represents Buzzlife, helping Scott Henry to remind those in the know of how amazing this music can truly be...

Facebook.com/DJMicke
Facebook.com/Buzzlife
SoundCloud.com/DJMickeDC
MixCloud.com/DJMickeDC
twitter: @DJMickeDC

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