Producer, Live Artist and Label owner, Mike Politis is no stranger to the music industry. With almost 20 years in the game and still going strong, after much reinvention while managing to stay relevant, his sound never fails to fit an ever-changing demand while still staying true to his roots.

With multiple releases on powerhouse imprints like Ministry of Sound, Sony Music, Columbia Records, Big & Dirty (High Contrast) and many more including his own Fracture Music Group (Yucatech Recordings, Slow’Down Sounds, Wabantu, Kloraform, Fracture Records), he continues to forge his way along redefining himself and his Productions.

Politis’ 3rd Studio album, “Re-Evolve”(2016), recently released on his Yucatech Recordings stable has received much critical acclaim far and wide and he receives regular play and support from the likes of Nicole Moudaber, Ritchie Hawtin, Stas Drive, Niki Belucci, D-Phrag, Ruiz Sierra, Ferry Corsten, Eelke Kleine, Dirty South, Hectar De Mar, Hernan Cattaneo and receives regular airplay internationally on the mighty Rinse FM and Proton.

Over the years Mike's unfaltering style and attitude has garnered him interest and sponsorships from some of the world’s leading brands such as Apple, Monster Energy, Black Flys, Native Instruments; and has shared the stage and supported the likes of Smashing Pumpkins, King Unique, Randall, Shimon, Scratch Perverts, DJ Krush, Sebastien Ingrosso, Axwell, UB40.

As a Head Engineer and Producer for Sony Music Africa, Mike has had the opportunity to work with chart topping Artists such as Michael Bolton, John Legend, Anthony Hamilton and Toya Delazy, and created and performed Toya’s live show on her debut album tour. He has also produced live for the likes of Napalma, and Tasha Baxter.

The remixes he has under his belt has included the likes Radiohead, Paul Van Dyk, Foster The People,  Roland Clark, Onionz, Loc'n'ville, Pascal and Pearce and Calvertron to name but a few.

Mike also continues to produce genre-defying music under other aliases, Norwood Bass Cartel, Niteanday and more prominently, MPI, the alias his journey began with.