Goodbye June Miller

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It was amazing while it lasted.

As you may or may not know, June Miller of Ram Records just announced the end of their fantastic ride. The duo who hail from the United Kingdom have been behind some of Drum & Bass’s best releases on the infamous label. They sound design, style, and engineering have surpassed many. Oh my goodness, those snares! I have to say this duo’s mix downs are by far the punchiest and most creative the hard neurofunk scene has had to offer thus far. While there are amazing artists in the field. June Miller had their own sound that may not be recreated.

June Miller saw their first release on InnerActive Music in 2005. They then made headway in 2010 with releases on Vampire, Cyclon, Burried, and Horizons Music. Then in 2015 after a slew of releases on multiple labels, the act was featured on Ram Records’ Dimensions Five Various Artist release and from here on in they sky rocketed in engineering and technique. Later on they continued to release with various artists and their best track release was a collaboration with Teddy Killers known as “Outer Space.” Their latests

Everything has an end.

The duo recently posted on Facebook that they will no longer be working together as June Miller and have decided to end the act in its entirety. They gave a heartfelt message to all of us as fans and stated they will continue to play out through the end of the year but will not take any more bookings. With that said, it may be time to buy any remaining records so you can look back at the talent brought forth from one of the best Drum & Bass acts to tickle our ears.

Big ups to the duo from DNB Magazine!

From the artists:

All good things come to a end!

Over the past few months we have taken some time to positively look back at our time with June Miller, and in that thinking we have both decided that its time June Miller comes to an end.

Its wasn’t really an easy decision but we both optimistically feel this is the best time to pursue other opportunities and direction in our lives. As mentioned, the decision was a really tuff one but the over riding emotion is simply gratefulness. We feel extremely grateful and lucky to have been given such an amazing chance in life which fills us with gratitude towards everyone who supported us so much, mainly you all. Without your support buying records, coming to shows, and showing an incredibly positive love and energy for drum and bass, it would not have been possible for us to have called this our career for many years. So from the bottom of our hearts we would like to thank every single person who ever helped us in any form to realise one of our dreams.

We would also like to thank RAM Records and all our colleagues and friends in the industry for such an amazing continuos support. Its really one big family!

Moving on, we feel that its not right to be inactive writing music and still take shows. We have always believed that if an artist is not relevantly making/releasing music, they should step aside and let fresh talent shine. This is our philosophy and this is what we are doing.

We have gigs planned until the end of the year, so we will be taking bookings up until that time. So if you want to party with us one last time, keeping checking our FB for gig updates. If you want to book us one last time, then we would love to come and lay down a final set! For bookings you can enquire with or

We have a few releases planned for the next few months including a single with our good friends James Marvel & Mota, Saus (VIP) with our buddy Mefjus and hopefully one or two more other surprises, but more updates on those soon!

Again, thank you for such an amazing journey. We’re forever grateful!
Mark & Bart’

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Alex Diode is a Drum & Bass enthusiast from MA, USA. He prefers long bass on the drums & neurofunk at sunset.

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