DJ Robert Miles has died aged 47

Written by on May 11, 2017

DJ Mag Italia reported that Trance DJ Robert Miles has died at the age of 47 from an unreported illness. The legendary producer best-known for his instantly recognizable track “Children,”

The Italian, who was born Robert Concina in Switzerland, was celebrated for the Nineties hit that became one of the biggest dance music tracks in history, making it to number one in more than a dozen countries around the world.

Miles said in interviews that the song was inspired after his father showed him pictures of child victims of the war in Yugoslavia in 1994.

First released in Italy in 1995 as part of the Soundtracks EP, “Children” failed to chart but was then brought by Miles to a Miami nightclub, where it was heard by Simon Berry of Platipus Records.

The song was re-released as the lead single on Miles’ album Dreamland in November that same year and went on to be certified gold and platinum in several countries.

The song was re-released as the lead single on Miles’ album Dreamland in November that same year and went on to be certified gold and platinum in several countries.

 


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