Joe Miller | Interview & Guest Mix | Premium Tuna | Saturday 10:30AM

This Saturday on Premium Tuna we welcome a new guest to the show, one who’s work you may be familiar with if you’re already a fan of labels such as Dream Culture & All Day I Dream. We’re very excited to present Joe Miller to the Kisseners for some tasteful deep house guest selections. Tune in from 10:30 AM.

A little bit more about Joe Miller:

Joe Miller is an English-born beatmonger, influenced in equal measure by heaving clubs and the earthy melancholy of forests. He grew up in Australia, where he learned to craft sets that are whimsical and left-field, evoking a sense of place.

Joe has released music on Dream Culture, All Day I Dream (with Jamie Stevens), Magician on Duty, L’enfant terrible, Traum Schallplatten and Manual Music, with support from Guy J, James Grant, Robert Babicz, Lane 8, Nora en Pure, Anthony Pappa, Gab Rhome, Pablo Bolivar, YokoO, Danny Tenaglia, Tone Depth, Chris Fortier and Love Over Entropy.

Recently, Joe has contributed mixes to Bespoke Musik, Oleeva Records, Magician on Duty, Deeper Sounds (streaming on British Airways flights), Moodroom Collective, Dream Culture’s Dreamcast series, Electronic Groove (with Jamie Stevens), bloop London and Fiction Lab. His 2019 schedule includes dates in New York (Bespoke Musik) and Miami (Do Not Sit on the Furniture), as well as releases on Magician on Duty, Nie Wieder Schlafen and Sag & Tre.


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