The Dance Music World Pays Tribute To Robert Miles
Many familiar names from all corners of the dance music industry have gone to their social media accounts to show their respect for the heartbreaking passing of Trance legend Robert Miles. He had suffered a short, but brave, battle with stage-four metastatic cancer lasting nine months. His track ‘Children‘ quickly became one of his most successful pieces of work after it mesmerized the world, gaining the number one status in over 12 countries back in 1995.
His debut album ‘Dreamland‘ hit the charts in multiple countries, allowing it to be awarded platinum in countries such as the UK, Germany and Switzerland as well as reaching gold in the United States.
Below are tweets posted by some of the most loved and respected DJs in the industry, including artists such as Armin Van Buuren and Ferry Corsten:
So sad to hear of the passing of #RobertMiles. Hugely talented and supremely influential producer in trance and beyond. Inspired me as a kid
— Jono Grant (@jonogrant) May 10, 2017
RIP Robert Miles
— Adam Beyer (@realAdamBeyer) May 10, 2017
Sad news… RIP #RobertMiles…
— Ferry Corsten (@FerryCorsten) May 10, 2017
Really in shock to hear the news of the passing of Robert Miles… R.I.P.
— Armin van Buuren (@arminvanbuuren) May 10, 2017
#RIP Robert Miles. 'Children' was the first dance song I fell in love with in 1996. I will forever be grateful for your music, thank you.
— Chris Lake (@chrislake) May 10, 2017
Rest in peace Robert Miles.. #legend
— Headhunterz (@headhunterz) May 10, 2017
Tomorrowland also paid tribute to Robert Miles, posting the video below:
Dedicated to Robert Miles. Thank you for inspiring many artists and creating beautiful memories. pic.twitter.com/RJX3HVvjIe
— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) May 10, 2017