Having worked under the ‘Introspective’ alias for 8 years, Mike Hulme is now taking center stage and recording under his own name. With a discography that includes over 25 singles, 3 mix compilations (including 2 Ministry of Sound ‘Sessions’) and licensed material on Fabric Live, Sony Playstation and Y4K, Mike already has an extensive history in the underground music scene.
All of the work with his Introspective project has taken him DJing across the globe and his music has gained the firm support of James Zabiela, Meat Katie, Elite Force, The Crystal Method, Rennie Pilgrem, Plump DJs, Laurent Garnier, General MIDI, Cut La Roc and Überzone amongst many other die-hard fans.
Mike is also no stranger to the business side of the industry. He has worked for Ministry of Sound and DJdownload in London, helped to establish and run legendary breaks label, Sinister Recordings, and also worked for a Japanese-owned music licensing company where he composed and sold thousands of ringtones in Asia.
Regardless of genre, one thing that has always been said about Mike’s music is the ability it has to get people locked on to the groove. Often described as techy, rolling and hypnotic, Mike takes pride in creating such rhythms in his studio, with the intention of making people’s heads spin.
Now, wanting to explore new musical avenues and after rediscovering his love for the techno genre, Mike is continuing to impress with releases lined up on Meat Katie and Dylan Rhymes’ Lot49 imprint and Elite Force’s astounding U&A Recordings and much more to come.