BIO

MiKE MUNiCH’s talents as a singer, dancer + model as well as his impressive resume make him a true triple threat to watch out for in the pop music world. Although he came to Los Angeles to focus on the pursuit of a dance career, it wasn’t long before his curiosity + talents led him to modeling, acting + his true passion, music. Having a natural knack for fusing electro-pop dance beats with catchy vocals + high fashion visuals, Munich says ” the two things I turn to for inspiration are music videos + fashion editorials. They feed my soul. By becoming an artist, I have been able to combine fashion, movement + music on my own terms.”

a delicious slice of catchy electro pop … think a male Robyn meets Natalia Kills

Growing up in the suburbs of Minneapolis, Munich always knew that he wanted to pursue a career in entertainment. He spent countless hours watching MTV perfecting the moves of Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez + Kylie Minogue. At the age of 7, he traded in the baseball bat for the ballet slippers + it wasn’t long before he began begging his parents to move to Los Angeles. Instead, Munich got his start by signing with a local modeling agency at the age of 15. After a brief pit stop in New York City, he finally made is way to the City of Angels in 2005. Since coming to LA, Munich has performed with some of today’s biggest superstars + his own personal inspirations – Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, Christina Aguilera, Ke$ha, Adam Lambert, Beyonce + even a Spice Girl. Munich was featured on the first 3 seasons of FOX’s hit tv show GLEE, with a recurring role as a member of the rival show choir team, Vocal Adrenaline. He has also been seen on such television shows as 90210, Dance Moms, America’s Got Talent, Shake It Up, The Oscars, The VMAs, The AMAs, The Billboard Music Awards + The Grammy’s.

Munich’s work as a dancer , as well as his budding music career, have gained him a following by such publications + blogs as GayTimes, DNA + Queerty. In May 2012, The Advocate named him one of their “architects of the next decade” for his work as an entertainer + musician in their “40 Under Forty” issue. His debut single “Beat the Beat” (a call to nightlife lovers and denizens of the dance floor to ditch the dudes and fall in love with the music) premiered in the fall of 2011 and has been described as a “delicious slice of catchy electro pop … think a male Robyn meets Natalia Kills” (GayTimes UK). Munich says his most recent release, “Love at War”, is his most personal to date. “It reveals a part of me I’ve spent so much time trying to hide. This song is about the frustration + confusion of wanting to fall in love but feeling like there is some cosmic force preventing it from happening.”