Mike Väth is a German techno producer and DJ who was born in 1967 in Frankfurt am Main as the youngest of three brothers. His career began in 1991 when he started playing private events. Gradually he became a resident DJ at several clubs in Germany and his popularity began to grow.
His production is characterized by dark and progressive beats, which he combines with minimalism and experimental sounds. His work encompasses both techno and tech-house, often reminiscent of his older brother Sven Väth, world-renowned techno producer and DJ.
Some of his best-known tracks include "Don't Panic", "Sahara", "Conductor", "Black Beauty" and "Blue Matter". In 2011, he released his debut album "Initiation", which contains a total of 14 tracks.
Mike Väth is also an active remix producer and has collaborated with a number of artists such as Oliver Lieb, Mark Reeve, Pascal FEOS, Alex Bau and others. His sets and performances are very lively and energetic, making him one of the most popular techno DJs in Germany and Europe.
Mike is the father of two daughters and one son and has been living with his family in Zurich since 2007.