Mercurial English singer/songwriter Vinny Miller originally performed as Starry Soft Hound, and, less than that name, released several songs about 4AD samplers, including Anakin, Dust Distorts, and Kiddy’s Got 4 Fingers, which arrived in 1998. Primarily, Miller collaborated with Laika’s Man Fixsen, who add experimental creation touches towards the tapes that Miller delivered him. Nevertheless, after these preliminary tracks, Miller continued to be agreed upon to the label for five years without launching any music. In summer months 2003, he broke his silence using the limited-edition 7″ “Pigpen,” a loud song completely different than his previously result as Starry Steady Hound. The next calendar year, he resurfaced with another one, “Breaking Out of the Hands,” and — finally — his debut record, On the market.