T he irresistible force of Michael Forzza as a dj/producerhas to be his originality. T he track "Exposure" for instanceembodies his personal view of how a monotonous track canrock and move a large crowd. Originally released in 2003 onhis own Perimeter label, the record is still being played bythe biggest names around.Although he doesn't like to be pinpointed, his sound can besituated somewhere between minimal and techno. Afterseveral releases on his own label on which he explores thedarker section of his mind, Michael proved with "Kahana"that his sound can reach much further than that."Electrosphere", "Monotone Eclectic" and "Exposure" hadthat typical dark and dynamic color on which Michael has apatent while "Kahana" is filled with pure emotion and evokesthat irresistible feeling of love. Just because of that uniquecombination "Kahana" became a dance floor bomb and isstill being hammered at every big event or club worldwide. Itwas also voted as one of 2005 best selling records.Other labels started to acknowledge his work and signingtwo tracks on Len Faki's Figure label was the next step!"T he Tenor And T he Monkey" and "High On T his" knockedon doors everywhere and were played all over the globe. Onhis own label, he released his Abstractor series. Part 1, 2and 3 are already classics for those who love abstract,atmospheric techno!Music evolves and so does the artist, taking risks andexperimenting. And this is something he loves to do. "KarmaEP" on Amsterdam based label "Moving Vibrations" is aperfect example of that. Two housey sounding tracks with aclear and pushing drive.His latest EP "Mythology" contained the two tracks"Pandora's Box" and "Tales of Chronos", and werereleased on 100% Pure!