Mike Baugh aka Meek, is an open and versatile composer. If the range of his compositions is vast-they're constructed out of powerful, absorbing abstract elements in a delicate manner-they all resonate with an innovative quality and unforgettable appeal. Originally from Calgary but currently living in Montreal, Meek counts several releases on his own independent label to his credit, along with various spots on international compilations (FatCat, Worm Interface, Six Records...), and multiple performances across the country with artists like Stewart Walker, Phoenecia, Richard Devine, and Pan Sonic. With positive feedback on his compositions, critics and audiences alike can consolidate their appetites and get a healthy dose of electronic music, production work, and diversity all from one talented source. But what about style? Well, after the last 7 years of pushing machines to the edge of their capabilities, Meek intends for some reverse engineering at his MUTEK performance: an experimental exhibition of restraint prompted by a disillusion with brute-force programming and a gear makeover. With his compositions generally described as complex, detailed and fractured, audiences can expect a more pared down aesthetic, more rhythmic and steady, twisting off vocal samples and unimposing melodies.