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The studio boffin behind such 90s UK dance chart regulars as Esoterix (whose product includes ‘Void’, the first release on Positiva, and ‘Come Satisfy My Love’ for Union) and Monica De Luxe (‘The Temperature’s Rising’ and ‘Don’t Let This Feeling Stop’). This is only the tip of the Miller iceberg, however. He garnered an Echoes Single Of The Week award for ‘South By South West’, from his jazz-based project, As One, on Wow Records, and another creation, Feelgood Factor’s ‘Jump Up In The Air’ also showed strongly in several club listings. Miller operates out of his own West London studio, working alongside various DJs and musicians. In this role he produced ‘U Don’t Have To Say U Love Me’ for React Records, and ‘Bonour M. Basie’ for Wow. He has also produced a track for Robert Owens and provided keyboard services for remixer Frankie Foncett. His own remixing projects included working with Paul Gotel on the Well Hung Parliament takes of Nu Colours’ ‘The Power’, McKoy’s ‘Fight’ and Monie Love’s ‘Never Give Up’.