If there's one name you can rely on to add a slick melodic touch to a classic, it's Tinlicker. When Robert Miles sadly passed away in 2017, one track would become associated with his name forever; 'Children'. The Ibiza anthem possessed just about every quality you'd look for a dance-music based record, with a massive drop, and emotive chord-based build-up.
2019 only started a few days ago and already great releases are being dropped, releases which promise to dominate dance floors around the world in the first few months of the year. A track that will be released this Friday, January 18, by Don Diablo, promises to enter the list of great hits this year. The track is set to drop
When Robert Miles passed away in 2017, one of the first things he was instantly remembered for was his iconic track ‘Children.’ The inspirational hit, which became a firm fixture on dancefloors all over the world, now turns 23 years old today, having enjoyed a first release in November 1995. With Robert Miles becoming a legendary figure in the dance
On May 9, Roberto Concina, or mostly known as Robert Miles, passed away at the age of 47 due to stage four metastatic cancer. The entire dance music community suffered a huge loss, as Miles’ contribution to this business was enormous. The legendary producer helped in shaping modern trance and progressive house with his distinctive melodies and instrumentals, paving the
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
Trance DJ and producer Robert Miles, best known for his classic hit 'Children', has died at the age of 47 after a short yet courageous battle with stage four metastatic cancer. The Italian/Swiss artist, born Roberto Concina, topped the charts in 12 countries with the classic track, which was first released in 1995, and has continued to hold legendary status to