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"The Threshold of Hearing,"
The STEAM Journal:
1, Article 20.
Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/steam/vol2/iss1/20
A native to Los Angeles, Mike Wereski also known as 'Mike Strip' exceeds the highest quality of entertainment, providing a fresh perspective to a constantly changing music scene. Mike Strip was one of the pioneers of video DJing, and to this day still houses a well envied collection of music videos. In addition to working as a disc jockey and fitness enthusiast, Mike Strip is an established songwriter whose tracks have been featured on television. Such shows include, “Spring Break Shark Attack” (ABC), “Canal Street Brothel” (CBS), and “For One Night” (Lifetime). His most recent placement was on “The Starter Wife,” USA Network’s highest rated miniseries to date as well as the hit series “Smallville.” The song “My Brother in Law”, which was picked up by Song Gram Records, can be currently downloaded on iTunes. Other remixes include the hit single “All The Above” by Maino featuring T. Pain (Atlantic Records). Shortly after this he recorded his sophomore full length album titled “Introducing Mike Strip”. This collection of songs took Mike over 4 years in the making to create. After getting signed to Pearlicka records, his most recent release was featured on Beatport. com and was titled “Intentions EP”. This interesting album featured sound clips from many of his previous relationships. He has performed at various events, corporate parties, nightclubs and hotspots in Southern California as well as private parties for celebrities. Some of his events include spinning with many famous vegas DJ’s such as “Joey Mazzolla”, and a few of the charity associations Mike has spun for include the “American Cancer Society” and also the “Ability First” foundation. Mike Strip‘s first album was created with Grammy Award winning songwriter Tommy Marolda. Mike also has collaborated with Emmy winning composer Jim Latham. Other prolific writers Mike has written with include Jason Pittman and Wayne Boon. One of his most recent collaborations was with well known recording artist Frank Stallone. Mike Strip began producing electronic music at a very young age. His father bought him an electronic keyboard and drum machine long before his 13th birthday. Mike Strip’s obsession with audio engineering, mastering and music production has landed him placement in various television networks. Not only that, his music has also aired internationally. Mike Strip is a pioneer of electronic music and has also taken live remixing to the next level with use of video projectors, synthesizers, percussion sequencers, and more; creating a jaw dropping experience that will take your breath away.