The remixing game is harder than ever to break into, and with the ongoing pressures of keeping the sound current and 'fresh', many producers and production teams don't last more than a few years. Although Mike Rizzo and Josh Harris have only been working under the Groove Police moniker since 2009, both of them have impressive remixing resumes collectively and individually. Shortly after Josh Harris moved to New York City back in 2001, he met Mike Rizzo, and their first remixing effort was on S Club 7's 'Never Had A Dream Come True'. That remix was one of the most played songs during the summer of 2001 on New York's WKTU. Josh was Mike's main programmer and engineer during 2001–2004. In 2005, Josh focused on his own production and remixing work, while Mike continued to remix, developing his Funk Generation sound, as well as DJ'ing here in the U.S. and overseas. In early 2008, Josh found himself working as musical director and keyboardist for Seal for a number of private performances in the US and abroad.
Fast forward to 2009, when Groove Police formed, and re-connected two of the most prolific major label remixers of the last decade. During the last part of 2009, Groove Police remixed Britney Spears, Maxwell, Beyonce, Solange, Utada and Kristine W. Mike Rizzo kicked off 2010 by going on tour as the opening DJ for Japanese superstar, Utada. She has sold over 50 million albums worldwide, and Mike played to sold-out crowds all across the U.S. Groove Police mixes are played in the clubs, on mixshows and on radio. Their remix of Britney Spears' '3' wound up being chosen for her greatest hits album. Some of the early 2010 Groove Police remixes include 'Dust In Gravity' by Delerium.