LEE MILLER'S KILLER THRILLERS
Check out Lee's exclusive interview with us in the DJ page
LEE MILLER - The DJ's DJ, Iconic modernist legend and all round top man has been an integral part of the international Mod scene for well over 30 years, or 3 decades dependant on how you look at life, we know this because we have known him for that long and he was a killer Mod back then! Cutting his teeth at the early rallies and London clubs Lee quickly established himself as a big player on the scene with guest spots globally, not bad for a young lad from Kent who first played with a couple of old record players in a village hall. Lee has been instrumental in shaping the scene's sound, always breaking new records whilst tipping his hat to the classics, earning him, and quite rightly so the plaudits he deserves.
Lee's skill behind the turntables has seen him, with life long friend Rob Bailey kick start the New Untouchables and turn it into the enormous success it has become today, not only that but he is one third of the promotion team behind the fantastic Dreamsville weekend in Lowestoft which has just celebrated it's 10th anniversary to a sell out crowd.
When we were thinking about residents for our own Suit Yourself weekenders in Bristol Lee was an obvious choice to join our team as he brings with him a phenomenal amount of knowledge and the ability to rock any dance floor we ask him to play on.
But enough about his DJing skills, it's his ability to unearth a true monster of a tune that we were interested in when we asked him to become a contributor to our web site and we knew we had to find an apt name for his own column so we came up with Lee Miller's Killer Thrillers. A new page dedicated to the mans true gift, the gift of spreading some of his vast knowledge to the eager of us with a love of damn good music.
Lee's column will be updated on a fairly regular basis with features on labels, artists and anything dance floor related including insights into clubland. We welcome him to the Suit Yourself stable with open arms. In this column Lee reviews some killer tracks on the Galaxy record label, must have's for anyone who loves to cut a rug........