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Jordan Miché: vocals Ecid: production Sam Weatherby: production Hip-hop. Twitter: twitter.com/jordanmiche Reverbnation: reverbnation.com/jordanmiche Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/jordanmiche Bandcamp: fillinthebreaks.bandcamp.com YouTube: youtube.com/fillinthebreaks Jordan Miché is from Minneapolis, lives in Los Angeles and has been performing professionally for eight years. Jordan Miché is currently writing his next album. “After Columbine, high schools across the country began training an eye on loners who retreated to a corner of the lunchroom to scribble poetry among the skeletons and gargoyles sketched in their notebooks. I suspect a few years and a diploma ago Jordan Miché[sic] had trouble finding solitude from the gaze of his meddling vice principal. Phantom Of The Operation is the work of one enfant terrible who has scattered his Prozac over the railing on his walk home across the river. At each pause Jordan shovels air back into his lungs like a man gasping his last breath. He is desperate to spill his frustrations. With repeated listens I have begun to spin together his narrative web, but free associative tangents sever plot lines and send the fragments off on wisps of the breeze. This lack of continuity makes these songs nothing more than a private journal entry, indecipherable to the listener. Still, it is clear Jordan delivers this music with his heart. This fact, and his lyrical complexity, forced me to delay judgment and live with this record for several days. But even as the repetition endeared the brooding production to me, the self-indulgent tantrums became less tolerable. Jordan seems inspired by Rimbaud’s urging for a “long, intimidating, immense and rational derangement of all the senses.” Ultimately it is exactly that sense of derangement that this record delivers to me. And if I was his biology teacher, I’d call in sick the day the class lesson plan passed him a scalpel and a pig fetus.” –Brian Hull, Okayplayer “I’m sure many of you will not find this appealing. It is hip-hop. But as someone who has always loved the idea of hip-hop, it was glorious to find people actually doing it the way I liked; dark, deep, sad & demented. No rapping about hoes, bling, your piece or anything like that. Jordan is ripping his insides out & shoving them into a notebook. Sure, I could compare him to Eminem but there’s no thug mentality here; from what I can tell, Jordan’s based out of Minneapolis/Cali. None of the violence-saturated misogyny of Eminem’s slum Detroit roots (or at least, the identity of which he crafted for shock purposes, I’m sure). But really, it’s not just Miché’s show; he’s backed by a master-class producer simply called Ecid, pretty much the backbone of the FILL IN THE BREAKS crew that Jordan belongs to; one of those over-achieving beat-masters like El-P or RJD2. I’ve heard his other collaborations; he seems satisfied with classic hip-hop style most of the time. But when he’s working with Jordan Miché, he whips micro-managed strings & thumps into an eerie funhouse mirror. It’s a testament to Jordan’s rhyme-speaking that Ecid’s cerebral work compliments rather than contrasts. So, they have a new EP. Here’s the whole thing to download for free. Here’s a taste; Compared to Jordan Miché’s full length (buy it on iTunes or Amazon), the EP is more energetic, sharper but not as unorthodox. There isn’t anything as catchy as “I Hate You” or as brilliantly menacing as “TigerSharks” but that’s a credit to his full-length, not a diss on the EP. As a stop-gap between LPs, this EP is perfect. It serves the purpose of displaying the subtle, tasty evolution Jordan is going through. This is the sound of a ghoul wearing someone’s skin; the slick familiarity of these new tracks serves only to frighten you more when he drops his bombs. “Generation X Is Dead (REMIX)” is a perfect example of this; drowsy beats playing follow the leader with a terrifying piano melody ripped from an unreleased Resident Evil game. The rhymes are absolutely unforgiving; “The world’s gonna end in five years, where you gonna be?”. The best part of the EP is hearing Miché flex his facial muscles; sometimes his mask is just slightly grinning but it’s an illusion; unlike his early work, he’s willing to let Ecid lead you out to the deep end before pulling you under. It’s hard to get bored of this stuff; bouncing from the early Gorillaz-outcast “The New Era” to a sampled jazz-skronk freakout intro on the title track leading to a screw-faced inversion of Eminem’s schtick. All in all, a great slice of what hip-hop SHOULD sound like; mad, manipulative and magnificent.” –Digital Mumbles “New free EP from Jordan Miché[sic], one of the core members of Ecid's Minneapolis hip hop crew Fill in the Breaks. This is pretty much my introduction to Jordan's music, and I must say that tracks like "@!^* You" and "The New Era" highlight some very clever lyricism and stylistic prowess that offer a fairly original approach to the genre. Ecid handles the production side of things, and brings an avant-garde jazz atmosphere to the project that compliments Miché's stylings nicely. This download is offered in promotion of the Ecid/Noah23/Jordan Miché[sic] "Attack of the Vampire Mermaid Tour," which is currently making its way across the US and which will get a San Francisco show review here shortly. A physical version of this freebie with a bonus Ecid & Jordan Miché[sic] EP "Dead Trumpet Demos" is also available for sale on the tour. Download the EP HERE and check out the show dates listed below.” -E. Lit, My Backpack is Bigger Than Yours “Fill In The Breaks and Fake Four Inc bring you the ‘Attack Of The Vampire Mermaid tour’ a 15-city west coast tour with indie-Hiphop heart throbs: ECID, Noah23, and Jordan Miché[sic].” -Ham on Everything “A mind-numbing and terror filled journey on a trail of blood you dance in, burning in the sunshine. Divulge in your most sick and twisted desires through the eyes of a clown. You know it’s all about the sunflowers, clowns and sunshine. Chainsaws and shotguns on the way to Hollywood. So get your ass to Wal-Mart, get a shotgun, shells, chainsaw, gallon of white paint, and go to your neighbors house and party to this shit. Run through the streets asshole-naked with nothing but a sock on your cock, clown paint on your skull and blood in your teeth. Here it is… in all it’s blood and fun-filled glory. (DOWNLOAD)” -sp[A]ce monkey “(Vancouver, Canada) Independent hip hop artist Jordan Miché[sic] delivers this single he calls, “Fuck You”. It’s on IHH so I fux wit it. Check it out.” - FuNkwoRm, Indiehiphop.net Jordan Miché has 5,998 video plays on YouTube. Jordan Miché has 2,423 followers on Twitter. Jordan Miché has 606 Facebook likes. Jordan Miché has 3,288 fans on Reverbnation. Jordan Miché has 3,591 plays on SoundCloud. Jordan Miché is the evolution of lyricism rooted in the Golden Age of hip-hop, swirling with psychedelic rhythms and accompanied by turntables in a world that is slowly dying. Jordan Miché uses Pro Tools, MPC 1000 XL, MPC 2000 XL, Logic, Ableton and Maschine to create his sound. Jordan Miché likes Obey, Dickey’s and Converse All-Star. Ecid likes Nikes and New Era hats. Sam Weatherby likes Vans. Jordan Miché played a show with Puppy Dogs & Ice Cream that was sponsored by Jameson. Jordan Miché was on the “Attack of the Vampire Mermaid Tour” with Ecid & Noah 23, sponsored by Fill in the Breaks and Fake Four Inc. Jordan Miché was on the “Bring a Band-Aid Tour” with ECID, Span Phly, Arsenic, Truth and Adapt. Jordan Miché opened for Ordeal, Sadistik, Bodi and Kristoff Krane on the “Neverending Gun Tour” in Los Angeles. Jordan Miché opened for ECID on the “Heart-Shaped Berretta Tour” in Pomona, California. Jordan Miché sold all physical copies of “Jordan Miché : Phantom of the Operation”. Jordan Miché sold all physical copies of “Jordan Miché : Fuck You EP”. Jordan Miché has opened for and/or performed with: Awol One, Eyedea & Abilities, Kristoff Krane, Carnage the Executioner, Copywrite, Planet Asia, UNI, Illogic, Pawz One, Yakballz, Mac Lethal, Prof, Aceyalone, Puppy Dogs & Ice Cream, No Bird Sing, Sleep of Oldominion, Qwel, Sadistik, ECID and Sahtyre. The evolution of lyricism rooted in the Golden Age of hip-hop, swirling with psychedelic rhythms and accompanied by turntables in a world that is dying.
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Genres:
Hip-hop, Hip Hop
Hometown:
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Jordan Miché: vocals Ecid: production Sam Weatherby: production Hip-hop. Twitter: twitter.com/jordanmiche Reverbnation: reverbnation.com/jordanmiche Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/jordanmiche Bandcamp: fillinthebreaks.bandcamp.com YouTube: youtube.com/fillinthebreaks Jordan Miché is from Minneapolis, lives in Los Angeles and has been performing professionally for eight years. Jordan Miché is currently writing his next album. “After Columbine, high schools across the country began training an eye on loners who retreated to a corner of the lunchroom to scribble poetry among the skeletons and gargoyles sketched in their notebooks. I suspect a few years and a diploma ago Jordan Miché[sic] had trouble finding solitude from the gaze of his meddling vice principal. Phantom Of The Operation is the work of one enfant terrible who has scattered his Prozac over the railing on his walk home across the river. At each pause Jordan shovels air back into his lungs like a man gasping his last breath. He is desperate to spill his frustrations. With repeated listens I have begun to spin together his narrative web, but free associative tangents sever plot lines and send the fragments off on wisps of the breeze. This lack of continuity makes these songs nothing more than a private journal entry, indecipherable to the listener. Still, it is clear Jordan delivers this music with his heart. This fact, and his lyrical complexity, forced me to delay judgment and live with this record for several days. But even as the repetition endeared the brooding production to me, the self-indulgent tantrums became less tolerable. Jordan seems inspired by Rimbaud’s urging for a “long, intimidating, immense and rational derangement of all the senses.” Ultimately it is exactly that sense of derangement that this record delivers to me. And if I was his biology teacher, I’d call in sick the day the class lesson plan passed him a scalpel and a pig fetus.” –Brian Hull, Okayplayer “I’m sure many of you will not find this appealing. It is hip-hop. But as someone who has always loved the idea of hip-hop, it was glorious to find people actually doing it the way I liked; dark, deep, sad & demented. No rapping about hoes, bling, your piece or anything like that. Jordan is ripping his insides out & shoving them into a notebook. Sure, I could compare him to Eminem but there’s no thug mentality here; from what I can tell, Jordan’s based out of Minneapolis/Cali. None of the violence-saturated misogyny of Eminem’s slum Detroit roots (or at least, the identity of which he crafted for shock purposes, I’m sure). But really, it’s not just Miché’s show; he’s backed by a master-class producer simply called Ecid, pretty much the backbone of the FILL IN THE BREAKS crew that Jordan belongs to; one of those over-achieving beat-masters like El-P or RJD2. I’ve heard his other collaborations; he seems satisfied with classic hip-hop style most of the time. But when he’s working with Jordan Miché, he whips micro-managed strings & thumps into an eerie funhouse mirror. It’s a testament to Jordan’s rhyme-speaking that Ecid’s cerebral work compliments rather than contrasts. So, they have a new EP. Here’s the whole thing to download for free. Here’s a taste; Compared to Jordan Miché’s full length (buy it on iTunes or Amazon), the EP is more energetic, sharper but not as unorthodox. There isn’t anything as catchy as “I Hate You” or as brilliantly menacing as “TigerSharks” but that’s a credit to his full-length, not a diss on the EP. As a stop-gap between LPs, this EP is perfect. It serves the purpose of displaying the subtle, tasty evolution Jordan is going through. This is the sound of a ghoul wearing someone’s skin; the slick familiarity of these new tracks serves only to frighten you more when he drops his bombs. “Generation X Is Dead (REMIX)” is a perfect example of this; drowsy beats playing follow the leader with a terrifying piano melody ripped from an unreleased Resident Evil game. The rhymes are absolutely unforgiving; “The world’s gonna end in five years, where you gonna be?”. The best part of the EP is hearing Miché flex his facial muscles; sometimes his mask is just slightly grinning but it’s an illusion; unlike his early work, he’s willing to let Ecid lead you out to the deep end before pulling you under. It’s hard to get bored of this stuff; bouncing from the early Gorillaz-outcast “The New Era” to a sampled jazz-skronk freakout intro on the title track leading to a screw-faced inversion of Eminem’s schtick. All in all, a great slice of what hip-hop SHOULD sound like; mad, manipulative and magnificent.” –Digital Mumbles “New free EP from Jordan Miché[sic], one of the core members of Ecid's Minneapolis hip hop crew Fill in the Breaks. This is pretty much my introduction to Jordan's music, and I must say that tracks like "@!^* You" and "The New Era" highlight some very clever lyricism and stylistic prowess that offer a fairly original approach to the genre. Ecid handles the production side of things, and brings an avant-garde jazz atmosphere to the project that compliments Miché's stylings nicely. This download is offered in promotion of the Ecid/Noah23/Jordan Miché[sic] "Attack of the Vampire Mermaid Tour," which is currently making its way across the US and which will get a San Francisco show review here shortly. A physical version of this freebie with a bonus Ecid & Jordan Miché[sic] EP "Dead Trumpet Demos" is also available for sale on the tour. Download the EP HERE and check out the show dates listed below.” -E. Lit, My Backpack is Bigger Than Yours “Fill In The Breaks and Fake Four Inc bring you the ‘Attack Of The Vampire Mermaid tour’ a 15-city west coast tour with indie-Hiphop heart throbs: ECID, Noah23, and Jordan Miché[sic].” -Ham on Everything “A mind-numbing and terror filled journey on a trail of blood you dance in, burning in the sunshine. Divulge in your most sick and twisted desires through the eyes of a clown. You know it’s all about the sunflowers, clowns and sunshine. Chainsaws and shotguns on the way to Hollywood. So get your ass to Wal-Mart, get a shotgun, shells, chainsaw, gallon of white paint, and go to your neighbors house and party to this shit. Run through the streets asshole-naked with nothing but a sock on your cock, clown paint on your skull and blood in your teeth. Here it is… in all it’s blood and fun-filled glory. (DOWNLOAD)” -sp[A]ce monkey “(Vancouver, Canada) Independent hip hop artist Jordan Miché[sic] delivers this single he calls, “Fuck You”. It’s on IHH so I fux wit it. Check it out.” - FuNkwoRm, Indiehiphop.net Jordan Miché has 5,998 video plays on YouTube. Jordan Miché has 2,423 followers on Twitter. Jordan Miché has 606 Facebook likes. Jordan Miché has 3,288 fans on Reverbnation. Jordan Miché has 3,591 plays on SoundCloud. Jordan Miché is the evolution of lyricism rooted in the Golden Age of hip-hop, swirling with psychedelic rhythms and accompanied by turntables in a world that is slowly dying. Jordan Miché uses Pro Tools, MPC 1000 XL, MPC 2000 XL, Logic, Ableton and Maschine to create his sound. Jordan Miché likes Obey, Dickey’s and Converse All-Star. Ecid likes Nikes and New Era hats. Sam Weatherby likes Vans. Jordan Miché played a show with Puppy Dogs & Ice Cream that was sponsored by Jameson. Jordan Miché was on the “Attack of the Vampire Mermaid Tour” with Ecid & Noah 23, sponsored by Fill in the Breaks and Fake Four Inc. Jordan Miché was on the “Bring a Band-Aid Tour” with ECID, Span Phly, Arsenic, Truth and Adapt. Jordan Miché opened for Ordeal, Sadistik, Bodi and Kristoff Krane on the “Neverending Gun Tour” in Los Angeles. Jordan Miché opened for ECID on the “Heart-Shaped Berretta Tour” in Pomona, California. Jordan Miché sold all physical copies of “Jordan Miché : Phantom of the Operation”. Jordan Miché sold all physical copies of “Jordan Miché : Fuck You EP”. Jordan Miché has opened for and/or performed with: Awol One, Eyedea & Abilities, Kristoff Krane, Carnage the Executioner, Copywrite, Planet Asia, UNI, Illogic, Pawz One, Yakballz, Mac Lethal, Prof, Aceyalone, Puppy Dogs & Ice Cream, No Bird Sing, Sleep of Oldominion, Qwel, Sadistik, ECID and Sahtyre. The evolution of lyricism rooted in the Golden Age of hip-hop, swirling with psychedelic rhythms and accompanied by turntables in a world that is dying.
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Genres:
Hip-hop, Hip Hop
Hometown:
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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