Afterlife Music is a moment in time.

Afterlife music is for when? 

Perhaps you find yourself in a post club, yet another “best night of your life scenario”. With riffs and beats still echoing in your mind there is no chance that you will be sleeping anytime soon. Or maybe you are on the beach with airpods in place, soaking up much deserved sunshine. You may even have your own chill out party underway, and are hosting all your favourite people from back in the day.

You know what to put on…

There is always a perfect moment for Afterlife.

Who is Afterlife? Since the early 90s, Steve Miller, AKA Afterlife, has been crafting seriously good chill out music. In fact, the phrase chill-out music first came into the consciousness of the raving masses when then editor of DJ Mag, Chris Coco and Steve Miller were discussing their musical sound at a bar in Ibiza. The rest, as they say, is history. Steve’s sound has gone on to define the downtempo, post club/pre-club sunset vibe made famous at Cafe Del Mar.

Steve has many tracks on the seminal Cafe Del Mar compilations created by Jose Padilla.  The collaboration with James Bright known as Lux, grew from those formative days crafting his unique sound. Lux is best known for the two classics Northern Lights and 100 Billion Stars.

Afterlife has been one of the most played music artists on the white isle. Today Steve continues to push the boundaries of the Downtempo and Chill-Out scene. No wonder some of the biggest names in the DJ world choose to have Afterlife music in their personal collections. Many have commissioned Steve’s trademark sound for the perfect downtempo remix.  

Steve has worked with K – Klass, Jose Padilla, Chris Coco, Roger Sanchez and many more. He comes from a jazz/reggae background. Steve’s engineering and production techniques were honed with the legendary Karl Pitterson. (Producer of Handsworth Revolution by Steel Pulse and engineer on the Exodus album for Bob Marley).

Afterlife Music – quality production without compromise.

Afterlife released the debut NO LOGO album, (a collaboration with Café Mambo resident Pete Gooding) on Chris Coco’s Melodica Recordings. Steve’s own label, Subatomic UK has four tracks on the highly acclaimed Café del Mar Vol.18, testimony enough to their quality. 

Remix duties include two of  the biggest summer chill tracks; Lana del Rey’s “National Anthem ” and Milk n Sugar’s “Via Con Me ” the latter of which stayed at number 1 in the Beatport Chill chart for over 2 months. Then there is Jakatta’s classic “American Dream” and Roger Sanchez’s “Another Chance” where Afterlife’s chillout mix joined the original on the official single release, which went to number 1 in the UK charts.

Steve is no stranger to the decks having played at monumental events such as Glastonbury, however he is equally at home headlining Cafe Del Mar’s 20th anniversary party and reaching the top of the UK charts by remixing Another Chance by Roger Sanchez. He has managed a consistency unlike many others. With a career spanning two decades Afterlife Music has become synonymous with quality, since, gaining support from the late Andrew Weatherall, Charles Webster, Ron Trent, Danny Tenaglia, Francois K and Paper Recordings. His work ethic continues to impress with his Modern Balearic approach to electronica producing groundbreaking tracks, and  his monthly radio show focussing on new electronic releases.

More recently his remix of “In My Arms” by Ferreck Dawn and Robosonic took the Defected track to a whole new level.

Afterlife is constantly evolving. Expect innovative new sounds, genre defying tracks all crafted to perfection in the Subatomic UK Studio.