Daniel Miller is set to play a special DJ set at this year’s Back To The Phuture event.
Born from a radio show, Back To The Phuture is a cross platform event which aims to showcase the past, present and future of electronica. Mixing legends with unknowns, the organisers have unveiled a series of special shows.
Taking place at venues in Manchester and London, Back To The Phuture mixes standard live shows with online broadcasts and more. Firming up details of the line up, the team have confirmed an appearance from Daniel Miller.
The founder of Mute Records, Miller is one of the most important people in the evolution of independent music. Recording music under the name of The Normal, his debut single ‘Warm Leatherette’ was famously covered by Grace Jones.
With Mute regaining its independence, Daniel Miller is returning to his roots. Agreeing to take part in Back To The Phuture the label boss is set to play a special DJ set at London venue The Troxy on April 2nd.
“I’m so happy to be welcoming Daniel Miller and Mirrors to the line up for the Troxy”, says Back To The Phuture creator Mark Jones.
“Their synthfluential sonics will open up the experience even more. Oh, and I called Daniel at the Mute offices asking for guest list to Depeche Mode’s European tour in 1983 and he sorted me right out. So if you need any names added Daniel, just shout!”
Elsewhere on the bill, Back To The Phuture have announced appearances from Gary Numan, Recoil, Mark Jones, Mirrors and more.
Tickets are on sale now.
Back To The Phuture have confirmed the following shows:
1 Manchester Academy
2 London The Troxy