Michael Huber is a succesful composer, Music Curator and recording artist.
Fans all over the world appreciate his professional music productions.
In his line of work as Music Curator, artists such as, Legaxy, Ari Skies, John Oeth, Caroline, Claude Spalding, Buzz Hammer, Bob Hausler, Katy Stone, Ty Hannah, Dream Aria, confide their music to Michael Huber’s Spotify lists.
His most remarkable work is ‘Dragon Force’ which is now available as a 10th anniversary Deluxe Version.
Creating art inside genres, is what describes Michael Huber sounds the best.
Love music since I can remember, make music since 1999.
Link to the latest music
Where are you based?
France – Champs sur Marne
How long have you been making music?
Started in 1999
What genre would you consider your music to be?
Music meets Dali – Mix of all kinds Rock, EDM, Classical, Folk, R&B…..
What inspired you to pursue a career in music?
A bad start with a scam put the idea in my head to prove that I am not a victim, but a fighter. Love listening to music since I can remember, Released in 2010 my first digital album ‘Dragon Force’ and left it be. New technologies, laws changing and finding out that in 2018 Dragon still had plays, I started seriously to make it right this time. Most of my “recent” songs were made between 2003 and 2016. Just modernised the sound without altering the originals too much.
What are your biggest musical influences?
You don’t have enough webspace for that, lol! I cry all the time when I hear the last song from ‘Disney’s Jungle Book’. Beatles, Bee Gees (until Disco) fascinates me. Pink Floyd, Kraftwerk, Jim Croce’s ‘Time in a bottle’. What goes straight to my soul are the amazing words from ‘I am a Rock’ tells my life!
Are you signed to a label or are you an independent artist?
Selfmade distribution mostly through Rebeat.
What have been the biggest challenges in your music career?
To convince my wife to pursue my crazy dreams with me. Just now with Covid thing and my latest release of ‘Madley’ convinced her that I was right all the 20 years past.
How many songs or albums have you released to date?
You don’t have enough webspace for that, lol! 9 albums but some I’d rather forget about. Plus five or six compilations from brother in arms artists in the old mp3.com days. Must have composed almost 200 songs, instrumentals, by now.
Can you tell us a few things about your latest release?
Just took off like a flash with more than 24.000 Spotify listen til now
Any plans for new music or upcoming projects we should know about?
Multiplying releases coming soon. Watch out for ‘Technocrate’ & ‘No Funk Today’