|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Oil On Aluminium #2: Responge EP||6||Audio||2006-11-13||Statler & Waldorf|
|3||Bacon||9||Audio||2009-11-00||Statler & Waldorf|
|4||Jolly Ep||5||Audio||2014||Rump Recordings|
As a teenager in the 90s Mikkel Meyer was eager to make electronic music, but first one major problem had to be dealt with; little access to instruments and no ability to buy them due to a restricted amount of pocket money. This led the youngster into recycling. Old broken stuff found in dumpsters was restored to new life and even today a lot of Mikkel’s gear is homemade, found, modified or in some way fixed.
In the beginning of the millennium, Mikkel Meyer had produced several tracks, convincing him that he was ready for a Peel session, by the legendary John Peel. Instead Peel kindly showed him the way into the London underground of sound, by introducing him to the radio station ResonanceFM. After returning to Copenhagen, Mikkel Meyer signed the Danish label Statler & Waldorf in 2006,