“Blackmill has quietly built a massive following, on his own, away from the media spotlight via his Youtube Channel. With only 33 songs uploaded BM has received 11,500,000 listens/views of his music. We are proud to be releasing this classic dubstep indie music from Blackmill on Three Sixty Records.”
Born in 1991 Watford United Kingdom, Blackmill started off producing music at the age of 8 when he received his first musical instrument, an acoustic guitar. Although he loved to play it in 2005 he discovered a musical software program called FL Studio, he was hooked straight away on producing Electronic Music.
After producing Trance from 2008-2010 under the alias “Robert J.C” Blackmill heard the genre Dubstep and had the idea of combining the two, Melodic Dubstep as he calls it was born. He pushed out a remix of Ellie Goulding’s cover of Elton John’s “Your Song” which went viral after Ellie Goulding herself posted it on her Facebook.
On February 28th, 2011, saw Blackmill’s first release, his debut album “Reach For Glory” which continues to sell very well. December 21st 2011 saw the release of Blackmill’s second album “Miracle” which today is selling extremely well. In February, 2012, Blackmill’s song “Evil Beauty” was featured on the BBC Series “Hustle” Episode 6 which again gave him another large boast in publicity.
Blackmill still continues to produce Melodic Dubstep which has proven to be a big hit reaching over 11,500,000 hits on his personal Youtube Channel alone in under 2 years. Blackmill is currently working on a third album which is to be released 2012/2013 and remixes which are still awaiting a date.
Release: Fortune Soul
CAT No: TSD414
Label: Three Sixty Records
Distributor: IODA – Digital
Territory: Global Release
Mastered: Graham Shrimpton
1 Fortune Soul 3:21 USBTX1200071
2 Rain 5:58 USBTX1200072
Available on: itunes, Rhapsody, Deezer, Boomkat, Beatport, Djdownload, Mixmag, emusic, Google Music, iHeartRadio, rdio, Slacker, Spotify, Lastfm and many more digital retailers.
Available in: USA, UK, Holland, Italy, Sweden, Canada, Australia, Japan, Germany, France, Belgium, Spain and many more countries.