Mike ‘The Force’ Drops Epic House Track ‘Living In The Moment’

Mike ‘The Force’ channels that 2010s Ibiza sound with his latest single, ‘Living In The Moment’. A sunshiney, upbeat house track, it calls to mind the classic sound of David Guetta, Avicii, and Afrojack. Mike’s talent with a wide variety of electronic styles shines through, and you’ll find yourself harking back to those carefree, pre-COVID days when you could escape and enjoy yourself freely.

‘Living In The Moment’ has the added effect of causing us to consider that we need to appreciate the time we’re living in, and not just reminisce, or think about the future, but enjoy every second we have right now – we need to live in the moment.

Mike ‘The Force’ started as a DJ back in the early 80s in Chicago, and he spent years playing alongside some of the best DJs in the US. Following this, after buying a Roland Dr-660, he got into music production, creating underground beats and samples throughout the 2000s. His first album, ‘Analog For A Digital World’, released in 2017, was released after he started using analog synths. He followed this up in 2018 with the single, ‘Speakeasy’, which was a 3 version classic piano house track, with a 1920s vibe, and which was remixed by the legendary Paul Johnson. Mike’s most recent album, released last year, was entitled ‘Tilt A Wurl’, and contained a collection of Progressive House, Electro House, Dirty Dutch, and EDM Trap tracks.

Find out more about Mike ‘The Force’ and his music online on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Spotify. Stream and download ‘Living In The Moment’ here, and watch the music video below:

Living in the Moment

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