About Robert Miles
Born in Switzerland and raised in Italy, this DJ-turned-producer made his mark on the dance music community in 1996 with the hit single and classic club anthem "Children." An emotive, piano-laden track with a frosty feel, this single proved popular all over Europe and spawned a new genre originally known as "Dream House." Shortly after the mainstream success of "Children," Miles released his second single, "Fable," a crowd-pleaser layered with sleepy female vocals, sweeping synths, tension-building effects and anthemic piano riffs. The father of dance music's Progressive movement, Robert Miles is inspiration for such Trance and House producers as Chicane and BT.