SummaryAs an audio/visualist and mash-up DJ, Mike Relm has become world famous for his mind-melting real time performances. But with the advent of Specatacle, his exciting debut studio album, the San Francisco-based musical talent has masterfully upped his game. On the heels of his recent, mesmerizing DVD, Clown Alley and the acclaim of his riveting 2005 CD mixtape Radio Fryer, the bespectacled and suit-clad Relm steps into the role of electronic music maestro while effortlessly reinforcing his longstanding reputation for innovation. Having toured with many different types of artists from the Blue Man Group to Tony Hawk to Del The Funky Homosapien, and appearances at many major music festivals including Coachella, the Detroit Electronic Music Festival, Summer Sonic and Mt. Fuji in Japan as well as most of the major European festivals, Relm is known for live performances which feature a series of audio mash-ups with video images, manipulated in realtime. Other credits include performances for the San Francisco Giants and the closing ceremonies of the Pan Am Games in Rio de Janeiro as well as remixes for Adult Swim in conjunction with the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie, scoring a short film for the Disney Channel series "Too Many Robots," and a four-song mega mix for "Yo Gabba Gabba" (Nickelodeon). Relm also stars in an international TV spot for HSBC Bank, directed by Stacy Wall.