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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.

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Listen toRobert Mileson Rhapsody

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.

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.

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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.

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