Trance producer, Robert Miles has passed away. According to DJ Mag Italia, the 47-year-old DJ and producer passed away from a nasty disease.
Miles was best known for his masterpiece and classic “Children,” that reached #1 in over 12 congruous and was certified Gold and Platinum in several countries. His timeless music will never be forgotten, as fans, friends, family, fellow DJ’s, and producers, express their condolences and how his song changed he course of music.
“The tragic news of the death of a very talented artist of our time, makes me incredulous and upset,” said Joe T Vannelli, a close friend, and colleague, in a statement published by DJ Mag Italia. “With him also it is a part of my life as an artist manufacturer. I will miss the fights, brawls, criticism, judgments but especially your talent in finding sounds and melodies unparalleled.”
We will all miss Robert Miles and his exceptional music, but he’ll live on through the hearts of many and through his classic track, “Children.”
RIP Robert Miles. Children changed EVERYONE’s lives. <3
— Max Graham (@MaxGraham) May 10, 2017
I don’t really do these type of tweets often but wow, RIP Robert Miles, Children was, is and always will be a true Masterpiece. you legend!
— 7 Skies (@7Skies) May 9, 2017
Hearing that Robert Miles has passed away ..
Children will always be one of those classics.. That piano just ooozed emotion
— Josh Bailey Music (@JoshBaileyDJ) May 9, 2017
Robert Miles – Children. this track brings back so many childhood memories from the 90s. Those times will never be back… #RIPRobertMiles
— Matt Bukovski (@MattBukovski) May 10, 2017
RIP Robert Miles. We were literally just playing his melody from Children in our set… now we will continue to do so in honor of him 🙏🏼
— Ephwurd (@Ephwurd) May 10, 2017
RIP Robert Miles. One of my first dance music experiences was listening to Children. Very sad day.
— Craig Connelly (@craig_connelly) May 10, 2017
So sad to hear of the untimely passing of Robert Miles… Children has got to be one of the most iconic electronic songs of all time. RIP 🙏
— GoldFish (@GoldFishLive) May 10, 2017