Micky Slim

With a career spanning over a decade, Micky Slim has certainly deserves his place among the electronic dance music elite.

Micky hit the headlines in 2006 with his re-edit House Of Pain’s iconic Jump Around. After gaining support from artists such as Fatboy Slim, Armand Van Helden & David Guetta to name but a few. The track went on to gain an official release by Warner as House of Pain V/s Micky Slim and became the go to weapon in every DJs box. This catapulted Slim to superstar status, Touring the world whipping crowds into a frenzy with his high energy, heavy bass performances, gaining residencies at some of the worlds top clubs & festivals & remixing for the likes of Calvin Harris, Fedde Le Grand, Dizzee Rascal.

Slim’s ability in the studio is nothing short of formidable. April 2012’s DJ Mag cover mount CD is a showcase of Micky Slim material, most of which is new, unsigned tracks. 2013 saw him remix Example’s Stay Awake for MOS UK, Sign his collaboration with Tom Piper & Majestic – CKTP to MOS Australia. With original releases on Laidback Luke’s Mixmash imprint with Im A Freak, Funkagenda’s Funk Farm label with Brass Rail.

2013 Micky joined Example’s UK arena tour, this saw him play to crowds of 15,000 people. Summer saw Micky complete his 8th consecutive Global Gathering supporting the likes of Nicky Romero & Steve Aoki. 2013 was also his 7th consecutive season at Judgement in Ibiza & 6th at BCM Majorca. Fast forward to 2014, Sound of the Future is born, having secured a weekly show at the #5 club in the world BCM Micky has spent the summer building his latest brand playing every Sunday alongside longtime partner in crime & weekly resident Majestic of Kiss FM. Guest artists involved through the summer include, Example & Dj Wire, Oliver Heldens, Nervo, Dj Fresh & Messy MC, The Chainsmokers, GTA, Sigma, Jacob Plant & Chris Lorenzo.

Micky Slim is an artist that ticks all the boxes. Production, performance & personality. Who knows what the future holds but one thing is for sure, it’s going to be BIG, bad, and full of bass.