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When an artist you've never heard of is said to have sold "over 10 million records worldwide," it's usually time to turn off the TV and go to bed. But when the artist in question has managed to get Trilok Gurtu, Bill Laswell, and Nitin Sawhney to help him out with his sophomore effort, then it's a fair bet you're dealing with someone more interesting than Richard Clayderman. Robert Miles (a transplanted Swiss-Italian whose real name is Roberto Concina) is credited with keyboards and programming throughout Organik, the mood of which is pretty consistently dark and downtempo. There are hints of tribal/trance exotica on "Separation," while the uncredited female singer interacts nicely with Dhruba Ghosh's sarangi on "Paths" to create a sort of bhangrafied trip-hop. Laswell contributes fretless bass on the melodically enticing but still slightly creepy "Release Me" and on two improvisations, both of them just as creepy without being as melodically enticing. Overall, the program will appeal greatly to texture freaks, those with a taste for the unnervingly exotic, and those who generally enjoy anything Laswell gets involved with.


Born: 03 November 1969 in Switzerland

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Italian dream-house DJ Robert Miles rose from relative obscurity to score one of the biggest and most unlikely hits of 1996 with his monster single "Children." Born Roberto Concina in 1969 to a military family stationed in Switzerland, he did not return to Italian soil until the age of ten, settling in the town of Fagagna. Raised primarily on the classic American soul sound of the 1970s, Miles began studying piano as a teen, and at 13 began DJing local house parties. By the late '80s he was regularly...
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