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Washington D.C. native Mike Christensen, under the alias R3volve, is quickly building steam as part of the next generation of steam-building breakbeat & house producers. After years of classical training, intense Duck Hunt & 40oz sessions, and general lollygagging, Mike started testing the waters with several high profile bootlegs. Catching the ear of James Zabiela, Mike landed a spot on James’ debut Renaissance mix album. Not long afterwards, he scored a win in a BT remix competition, which was totally sweet to the max. Building on this success, Mike’s song-based melodic style has since earned praise and plays from DJs and producers worldwide, including John Digweed, Nick Warren, Sasha, Sander Kleinenberg, and Hernan Cattaneo, and his productions have been heard on radio stations around the globe. Not content to stick with one style (or use a regular ‘e’ in his alias, for that matter), Mike dabbles in multiple genres depending on his mood, but keeps the production quality high across the board. 2006 will not be a breakout year for him, nor will 2007-9, but Mike will continue to write new music anyways. He is currently working on kicking out more tasty jams, including a breaks EP and several remixes to be announced.

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  • ActionVanBoy

    when the release for Caribou - Jamelia (R3volve's Remix)

    14 Oct 2010 Reply
  • hoojman

    I dub him the king of avg. edm (average electronic dance music)

    19 May 2010 Reply
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  • rebekh

    Looking for the R3volve remix of Bloc Party's Kreuzberg. Anyone know where I could find it?

    12 Sep 2008 Reply

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