I make club music to cry to.” Mick Mazoo, born 1998 in the Netherlands, writes, sings and produces electronic dance songs that are fueled by his feelings.
Ever since Mick was young, music was an escape from his everyday worries. During raves and clubnights he ended up transforming into a higher self where he could let go of his anxiety and stress.
Mick was surrounded by music from when he was a child. At the age of seven, his parents pushed him into making music by letting him participate in youth choirs and taking keyboard lessons. After practicing keys and vocals for a while he decided to record them himself, which was his introduction into the beauty of music production.
By writing nostalgic danceable tracks in a distinctive style that is true to his nature, Mick pushes his creative limits with every release. He evokes emotion by focussing on sounddesign and the subtle use of his own voice, expressing his struggles with mental health and feeling left alone. Some of the industry’s most-well respected artists as David Guetta and Diplo have played and supported his music lately.
Mick Mazoo’s calling to play music that is deeply emotional and melodic while still driving and danceable comes to live during energetic DJ performances. He has already shared his infectious energy on stage alongside class A performers such as Netsky and Brooks. His most recent record, Daylight on Don Diablo’s HEXAGON, was one of the most-played Future House tracks of 2020, according to 1001Tracklists. Despite the achievements, his best work is still ahead of him with self-organized post-covid events and upcoming releases on labels including Spinnin’ Records and Martin Garrix’s STMPD.