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Mike Moses is a Denver based Dj playing all vinyl sets consisting of electro funk, boogie, disco, nu:disco and the like. Future boogie and beyond!
Alternate Bio by Kev, aka Dj K-Hole:
In the year 1984 a baby was born, and like all babies born naturally, there is a pile of hearty placenta tissue known as afterbirth that comes with it. On that day we came to know that mucky pile of uterus as The Mighty Mike Moses.
Born the child of two Jews from Poland, Moses grew up as a vagrant and a trafficked child whore reserved for only the richest men in the tri-state area. In the early 90’s Moses broke free from his life of pornography and prostitution, and soon found himself in Fairfield, CT. After years of mental and physical abuse, Moses only found serenity and solace through the music he created in his one room apartment on the outskirts of Bridgeport. This soon would be where Moses found his sound which is known today as European Solar Electro Pop Funk. This music would prove to be the key to Moses’s success in the music industry.
After signing to the Prom Night Dumpster Crew Label around the year 2007, Moses released his first joint album called Butt Full of Fingiz with special guest appearances by Freddy Lox, DJ K-Hole, The R&B sensation Fu Buckins, and the lovely Ms. Carriage. The album fell flat and Moses was again forced to perform oral sex on homeless people and migrant workers in the Porto-potties outside of Home Depot. These were hard times for Moses. Later that year he was arrested and sent to jail for 2 years on charges of prostitution, bestiality, and sodomy for fathering a litter of pitbulls. These weren’t the best of times, but would prove to be an intricate part of the Re-birth of Mighty Mike Moses
While in Prison Michael studied the Torah, and started a relationship on the outside to a girl that loved Moses for his sexual hues of music and ability to booty bump a complete pineapple. She stuffed a keyboard into her rectum and snuck it into jail so Moses could continue his quest to stardom. The mighty one played that keyboard everyday to mask his anger and embarrassment of being held captive in a cell and being banged by multiple Mexican Mafia gang members each day. His music became his life and Moses soon mastered his craft. Moses was released in early 2009 and did DJ sets in the gay districts of Colorado where he used his skills to create a new style of music known as Retro European R&B Space Funk Pop. At this juncture in his life, Moses had created a following and finally began to expand his musical reaches beyond the United States..
Today we have grown to love Moses not for his use of tongue at McDonald’s truck stops around the country, but for the music he was creating. Moses can be found parting crowds like the Red Sea these days in Denver and Boulder, CO. The afterbirth of vagrant Jews and the abused remnants of wealthy Wall Street tycoons, Moses has taught us that through music that few people like, obstacles can be averted, mountains can be climbed, and electro funk will last forever.