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Drifting Into Dance - (April 2010)

Sunrise (2007)



Miic Morland’s music career developed from an early beginning with Jazz and classical influences where he learned to play a variety of instruments.

After a weakened interest to continue with jazz and symphonic performance following high school, it was his love of electronic music and involvement in college radio that pushed Miic into the world of DJing.

Starting in the fall of 2004, Miic Morland began spinning live sets on WUMD, radio station of the University of Michigan-Dearborn; with other on-air guest appearances on WHFR (HFCC-Dearborn) and WCBN (UofM-Ann Arbor).

In 2005, Miic had already begun to push outwards, DJing small parties, bars, and weddings. It was in October 2005 when friend and resident DJ at Carbon Night Club ( Hamtramck), DJ Bam invited Miic Morland to open for a Halloween party. The owner took a liking to Miic’s style, slating the duo as the Friday/Saturday night resident lineup (Miic Morland and DJ Bam, respectively) for Carbon Night Club.

By the end of 2005, Miic Morland branded “Quad Music” and launched a duel website focusing on original music and live DJ events. The site was a success, landing gigs across the Detroit area.

In early 2006, Miic Morland got his first taste of the Detroit Electronic Music Festival as a performer, working as a DJ at Corktown Tavern in Detroit with DJ Reid.

Miic stayed with Carbon until June 2006 when the Night Club was abruptly sold and the staff was dismissed.

After Carbon Night Club, the itch to create and produce grew too much for Miic, where his focus turned to the studio. Over the next six months, Miic Morland recorded fives songs in his home studio, contributing to the release of an independent EP (Mourning Glory) that was distributed at live performances.

In 2007, Miic Morland recorded four more tracks, most notably, “Sunrise,” which was release and distributed through itunes and rhapsody. He continued working various gigs at bars and night clubs through the end of 2007.

However, in early 2008, he turned his focus to his University studies and shut down quadmusiconline.

Although picking up the occasional gig through 2008, it wasn’t until January 2009 following University graduation that Miic Morland returned to the music scene.

During the summer of 2009, Miic Morland released “Memorial Mix 2009” exclusively to the “Midnight Mix” on 89.3 WHFR. Two weeks later Miic Morland headlined a summer party in the heart of the University of Michigan bar scene.

In August, Miic Morland made several announcements starting with a new website, Also in the works is new original material, a side project with Detroit musician's/DJ's "Tracks and Fields" (Exchange Bureau Music), new live performances, and a potential music label deal coming in late 2009/early 2010.