ABOUT Mijk van Dijk

One of Germany’s most important producers during the ’90s, Mijk Van Dijk recorded an abundance of early techno/trance classics under the aliases Microglobe, Mindgear, and Marmion on labels such as MFS and Superstition.

His first full-length, Microglobe’s Afreuropamericasiaaustralica, followed in 1994 and Mijk developed his DJing and remixing skills with dates all over Europe. In 1999, he released Teamwork, a full album of collaborations with producers including Tanith, Claude Young, Thomas Schumacher, and Quazar. He also developed a music-making game for Sony’s Playstation named Depth.