Meem (Michael Moebus) is a respected and prolific music producer, DJ and radio host – whose inimitable style of funk, disco, soul & electro-boogie has kept dancefloors shaking for over 15 years.

In the late 90’s Meem began performing live at underground dance parties in Canberra (illegal forest parties, art galleries and aquariums) and soon catapulted from a shy art-school raver to a highly sought after live electronic act – performing at The Big Day Out, Sydney Festival, Peats Ridge Festival, Triple J Groove Train, Parklife, and Field Day. Meem has supported international heavyweights such as Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, and Jamie Lidell, and he has showcased his live and DJ performances in London, Manchester, San Francisco, L.A., island beach parties in Croatia, and summer festivals throughout Eastern Europe.

As a sought after DJ, Meem has supported international acts including Thievery Corporation, and Tom Findlay (Groove Armada). Bringing a diverse and expansive music collection to each gig, Meem blends a broad range of styles and genres including funk, disco, hip-hop, beats, afro, dancehall, reggae, dub, latin, jazz, gypsy, rhythm & blues, jump blues and boogie.

As a weekly testament to his love of funk music (and all its related styles), Meem also hosts the long-running and much-loved radio program Back to Funk, broadcasting every Monday afternoon on 2SER 107.3FM. Broadcasting since 1980 years, Back To Funk is Australia’s longest running funk music program.

Meem has also achieved design notoriety by releasing almost every release in limited edition, and often handmade, packaging. Destined to become collector’s items, covers have been crafted from wood, cotton, felt and vinyl upholstery. Meem’s CD design has been featured in the UK publication ‘CD – Art: Innovation in CD Packaging Design’ by Charlotte Rivers, alongside cover art for The Pet Shop Boys and design by Andy Warhol. His designs were also included in the Spanish publication ‘Graphic Beats: Independent Record Covers & Packaging Design’ by Miquel Abellon, alongside cover art for Martin Solveig and The Rolling Stones.

Performance History (abridged)

Major supports include; Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Thievery Corporation, Tom Findlay – Groove Armada
National Tours – Monsters Dont Sleep OK! Album Launch (East Coast Tour 2011), Triple J Groove Train Tour, Yak Secret Technology Tour, Meem Tour 2003 (Toured to Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Byron Bay, Brisbane, Newcastle, Bathurst, Wagga Wagga, Geelong, Woolongong, Morwell, Lismore, Toowoomba)
Sydney – The Big Day Out, Sydney Festival (The Famous Speigeltent Hyde Park & Parramatta (residencies), Star Casino, Becks Bar, Parra Opening Party), Parklife, Field Day, Peats Ridge Festival, Sydney Fringe Festival, Carrigeworks, Enmore Theatre, The Metro, The Basement, The Gaelic Club, Luna Park, Chinese Laundry, Candys Apartment, Melt, Tonic Lounge, Opera Bar, Newtown Hotel, Freaky Tiki, Tokyo Sing Song, Miss Peaches, Civic Hotel, Ruby Rabbit, The Arthouse, The Loft, Mandarin Club, The Hopetoun, Club 77, Hermanns Bar, The Beach Road Hotel, Kinselas, Boogie Down, Funktrust, Mad Racket, Newtown Festival, Surry Hills Festival, Redfern Festival.
Melbourne – Revolver, Honky Tonks, Hi-Fi Bar, Prince of Wales, The Croft Institute, Laundry, First Floor
Brisbane – Empire Hotel, Rumpus Room
Canberra – Toast, ANU Bar, Transit Bar, National Museum, Heaven

UK / Europe
London – 93 Feet East, Cafe 1001
Manchester – Baby Grand, Pleasure
Croatia – Karlo Roitz, Bura Beach Bar, Seaspalsh Festival
Hungry – Budapest End of Summer Outdoor Festival.

Selected Quotes

“If Meem hadn’t cemented his place is Australian music previous to this, ‘The Big Hoo-hah’ will, and will prove to be one of the best Aussie releases this year.”
In the Mix

“Highly original and genre expansive… this jazzy new album is worth its weight in gold.”
The Weekend Australian

“Truly innovative… the best cd I’ve come across in a long time… get a copy, your cd collection needs it!”
Zebra Magazine

Ministry Magazine

“I was dutifully impressed, watch out for this guy.”
Revolver Magazine

“By avoiding any previously laid down blueprints for making electronic music, Meem has managed to emerge as one of the most exciting and original artists in a long time”
TRM Magazine.