Michael Slaboch has produced music, film, and comedy events of all shapes and sizes through his work at venues and festivals around the country over the past 9 years, along with tour managing for various artists. He has worked with musicians such as Wilco, Phish, Solange, Yo La Tengo, M.I.A., Joanna Newsom, Lee Ranaldo, Van Dyke Parks, Andrew Bird, Steve Gunn and comedians including Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, Amy Schumer, Fred Armisen, "Weird Al" Yankovic, David Cross, John Hodgman, Marc Maron, Scharpling & Wurster, Hannibal Buress and as a producer of Wyatt Cenac's Grammy-nominated comedy album 'Brooklyn'.
Michael’s work at the reissue label The Numero Group has given him the tremendous opportunity to share rediscovered artists, music, films, and photographs with new audiences around the world. In 2015 he finished producing a feature-length documentary 'Syl Johnson: Any Way The Wind Blows' about the best soul singer you've ever heard -- even if you've never heard of him. You have also listened to his sound design work on NPR, A&E, The History Channel, Animal Planet and various feature films, television shows & audio books.
He has served as a historical judge for the national chapter of The Grammy Foundation, been a panelist at SXSW and is an adjunct faculty member at Columbia College Chicago in their Audio Arts & Acoustics and Documentary Film programs. He also runs a multi-disciplinary arts space, The Storehouse, with his wife Penny Duff in their home in rural SW Michigan and has programs on WRHC Radio Harbor Country.