Jordan Miché
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Jordan Miché

Pine City, Minnesota, United States | INDIE

Pine City, Minnesota, United States | INDIE
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Jordan Miché "Phantom Of The Operation" (Fill In The Breaks, 2006)

Jordan Miché and David Mars accompanied by Ecid "Prom King Stigmata" (Fill In The Breaks, 2008)

Jordan Miché "EVIL In Technicolor" (Fill In The Breaks, 2011)



Do you remember what it felt like the first time you heard the “Slim Shady LP” or Aesop Rock’s “Float” or even Wu-Tang Clans “36 Chambers” for that matter? Did it make you smile, laugh, stand in astonishment and scratch your head in confusion all at the same time? Vancouver, BC Born but not raised JORDAN MICHE is one of those next-level MC’s that has a style, language, & approach all to his lonesome. He effortlessly
instills that same shockingly awesome excitement in our minds just like the Eminems, the Biggies, and the Cages of the world did before him. Every line trumps the last. Every verse sounds new and refreshing. He has no peers and holds nothing back.

Jordan Miché was Born June 23rd 1984- The Son of a saint & a sailor, with nine siblings to match. He had a very humble childhood filled with all the beautiful, tragic, fucked-up things we go through. After living in a few different Midwest cities his family settled in small-town Minnesota (an hour ½ outside Minneapolis) and that’s where it all began. Fast forward now to his later teens when he got his first drum-machine which would lead to a vast array of experimentation and style discovery.

In 2005 he met Ecid, the two had an instant creative understanding of one another. Ecid asked Miché to Join “Fill In The Breaks” and they almost immediately began working on
his mind- boggling debut “phantom of the operation” which was released in the summer of 2006. Showing the underground hiphop scene a new voice had emerged. Roughly one year, three couches, four jobs, and three tours or so later Miché collaborated with fellow Fill In The Breaks MC David Mars for the emotionally charged experimental “Prom King Stigmata” album not to mention the “Clown IX Mixtape” which showed Miché at his most sarcastic, raw, and down right offensive. It would be the pre-cursor to many things to come.

His new album “Evil in Technicolor” is what happens when gifted kids raised on cartoons and kool-aid grow up and decide to become a big deal. He doesn't eat. He doesn't sleep. He doesn't stop. Working around the clock at all hours of the day to bring you the full blown experience. Jordan Miche is what happens when you have an unhealthy obsession with underground hip-hop, comic books, junk food, and energy drinks. Evil In Technicolor will be infecting the world late summer 2010 on Fill In The Breaks.