I’m Michael Incavo, aka jazzmike. I’ve been making acoustic and electronic music since 1998, mainly on sax and keyboards.


I came up in classical and jazz, and later attended the University of North Texas and Baylor University. I studied jazz with Alex Parker, composition with Scott McAllister and electronic music with Ben Johansen.

While at Baylor, I played lead tenor in the Baylor Jazz Ensemble alongside the U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors, the New York Voices and trumpeter Pete Rodriguez. 

I also was delighted to perform as a featured classical soloist in two performances; one for composer Michael Colgrass on his piece Urban Requiem as a featured soloist with the Baylor Wind Ensemble under Eric Wilson, and the other with the Baylor Concert Choir in the 2017 Baylor President’s Concert at the Eisemann Center in Dallas under Lynn Gackle.

I graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts and a music concentration. 


One evening in the Baylor music library, a stranger named Forrest tapped my shoulder and asked, “Hey man. You ever hear of Tycho?”

Ever since, I’ve been working with Surfaces on tracks like Be Alright, Loving, Someday, Outside Interlude, Beautiful Day and Keep it Gold, plus the YouTube trending hit Sunday Best. We also got to cross the country together before COVID hit.


Served fresh from my studio in The Woodlands, TX. You can read more about the gear I use further down the page.Wanna co-create? Hit me up.

Collabs include: 
Surfaces, Dave Stewart, Nate Harasim, Nick Luebke, CLVS, Forrest., Tom + Mikey Szoch, Mason Ashley, David Stükenberg, Fragments of the Orient, Public Library Commute, NVTHN, Ok2222, Park Bird, Miss Dri, Ilan