About Daniel Miller
Daniel Miller grew up in North West London, the son
of refugee actors from Vienna. In 1978 he founded Mute, the influential
independent British label, with the release of his own 7” single, The Normal
‘Warm Leatherette’ / ‘TVOD’.
Since then, Daniel Miller has expanded Mute to
include publishing (Mute Song) and management, with offices in London and New
York. Running parallel to its strong commercial track record, the guiding
spirit behind Mute has always been one of artistic freedom and creative
adventure. Mute has nurtured and worked with artists as diverse as Depeche
Mode, New Order, Goldfrapp, Erasure, Swans, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Max
Richter, Ben Frost, Throbbing Gristle, Liars, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Josh T
Pearson, Laibach and Can.
Daniel Miller has produced some of the most groundbreaking record releases and is a well respected and sought after techno DJ, playing regularly worldwide. Miller is also a keen street photographer and has given a number of talks relating street photography to modular synthesis.