MikeHoliday

Mike Holiday stumbled upon the local underground electronic music scene in his hometown in the early 90s. He became immediately submerged in the sounds of the second wave of Detroit Techno experiencing it's pioneers nearly every night of every week for many years.

Moving to Alaska to pursue a life long dream of big mountain and back country alpine skiing, Mike quickly realized there was a void in his life. He was missing those pulsating sounds of Detroit! Mike picked up some 1200s and spent some time building a record collection and honing his skills.

Mike brought the underground sounds of Detroit to the Alaskan north where the people were receptive and dance floors filled. Mike Holiday launched the first Alaskan techno label producing the first techno EP in the state on his Cannibal Records label. Through his life's work and travels, Mike has always remained true to the sounds of the Detroit Underground. His goal is to share the secrets of Detroit with the dance floors he comes across with one ear directed at the underground and the other on the dance floor.

Now a Phoenix resident Mike hopes to share his vision of the underground sounds of Detroit with the valley of the sun.

Working with drum machines and sequencers since 1993 and turn tables since 1995 passion for music has long been a driving factor for Mike Holiday

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Mike Holiday stumbled upon the local underground electronic music scene in his hometown in the early 90s. He became immediately submerged in the sounds of the second wave of Detroit Techno experiencing it's pioneers nearly every night of every week for many years.

Moving to Alaska to pursue a life long dream of big mountain and back country alpine skiing, Mike quickly realized there was a void in his life. He was missing those pulsating sounds of Detroit! Mike picked up some 1200s and spent some time building a record collection and honing his skills.

Mike brought the underground sounds of Detroit to the Alaskan north where the people were receptive and dance floors filled. Mike Holiday launched the first Alaskan techno label producing the first techno EP in the state on his Cannibal Records label. Through his life's work and travels, Mike has always remained true to the sounds of the Detroit Underground. His goal is to share the secrets of Detroit with the dance floors he comes across with one ear directed at the underground and the other on the dance floor.

Now a Phoenix resident Mike hopes to share his vision of the underground sounds of Detroit with the valley of the sun.

Working with drum machines and sequencers since 1993 and turn tables since 1995 passion for music has long been a driving factor for Mike Holiday

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