Part 2 of our conversation with Daniel Miller.
Daniel Miller’s first claim to fame was his home-made (done in his bedroom) underground hit single, “Hot Leatherette,” an electronic pre-digital composition inspired by J.G. Ballard’s “Crash.” He was in San Francisco for a DJ gig, also doing some synthesizer research, and stopped by for a visit, so we seized the time and recorded him. Here is Part 2 of the conversation taped at RE/Search headquarters.
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