Mike Williams is a Dutch DJ best known for his work in Spinnin’ Records, which includes collaborations with artists such as Tiësto. He is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of an emerging genre, future bounce, a subgenre of future house. His latest release is single “Face Up To The Sun,” a collaboration with Justin Mylo and Sara Sangfelt.
Mike talked excitedly on the eve of his own event at ADE. He talks about releasing his new merchandise, taking the main stage during Tomorrowland, and being interested in collaborating with artists with a completely different sound from him, like Post Malone. “How would you combine those styles?” he marvels.
We found out more about him as he took part in our Take-5 series
Amongst the seven dwarves, Mike closely relates most to Happy. Though he quickly retracts with a statement we think all listeners can relate to: “I could be Grumpy in the mornings, though.”
When asked which three DJs he’d take with him to the Amazon Rainforest for a year, he strategically selects his choices: Kura for muscles, Mesto for socialness, and Kshmr, just to throw in there.