Since the days of his early prominence as part of his local clubbing scene, Glaswegian artist Big Miz has progressed and developed into a key producer and DJ to emerge from the city’s ever fertile house and techno field. His music is a playful and energetic mix of acidic tinges, 808 rhythms, disco inflections, techno swing and house music hedonism, combining his traditional music abilities and multi-instrumentalism with contemporary electronic equipment and production techniques.
His regular releases on record label Dixon Avenue Basement Jams as well as output courtesy of Shall Not Fade and Monki’s ‘& Friends’ label have helped to secure his position as one of the most exciting artists to break through into wider consciousness in the last few years. Miz's first venture into being a label boss sees him confidently launching with a self-released 12" vinyl EP on Miz Records, which features two synth-heavy tracks, the A-side emerges with 'Passing Place' bringing a pace that is vibrant with an evolving synth and rolling four-to-the-floor drums, the flip including a very solid remix from Mella Dee. Miz Records debut showcases what deems to be a slick label with a great future and more releases poised to be certified dance floor favourites.