Milocraft is the stage name of Miles Germer. Growing up in a family with professional musicians as parents, music was the way of life.
With six kids who also played music there was always a violin, trumpet, or piano blaring away from somewhere in the home. They even had a family singing group complete with programs and dance steps.
When Miles was about 14 years old his father, a professional musician, bought a new synthesizer keyboard (Ensonique ASR 10) to help his father compose symphonic music. Luckily for Miles, it also doubled as a virtual multi-track recording machine. Miles broke his teeth on that machine, spending countless summer nights laying down tracks and beats, sampling old records, and writing his own songs.
Miles pursued music throughout his schooling, participating in the Madrigals in high school and various musicals, and the Concert Choral at the University of Utah. He also sang in multiple barbershop quartets.
In 1990 he formed a band called "Ditto" with Brian Peterson. They released an album called "Red Rock Shock" in 1991.
As a missionary in Brazil, Miles wrote the mission hymn and led his fellow missionaries in Christmas concerts across the state of Fortaleza.
In 1993, after serving in Brazil, Miles returned home continued to work on solo and collaborative musical projects. His "Anthology - The Early Years" contains 10 albums of music and entertainment.
When asked about his passion for creating music, Miles says "I love to lose myself in the rhythmic melodies and hypnotizing beats, especially when I am virtually falling asleep at the keyboard."
Miles currently lives in the Seattle, Washington area with his wife and three children where he makes video games as an artist.