"positively engaging"

Donald Elfman, The New York City Jazz Record

February 13th, 2013

"Miller played with a terse decisiveness throughout the set, letting spaces linger for all they were worth between deftly clustering cadenzas and confidently rippling postbop passages"

Andreas Viklund, Lucid Culture

February 15, 2013

"Passionate and creative, melodic yet exploratory"

— Sharonne Cohen, Downbeat Magazine

February 25th, 2013

"...album excellent parce que virevoltant de la nanoseconde numéro 1 à la dernière."

— Serge Truffaut, Le Devoir

April 21, 2012

"Swim... est un bijou de cohérence musicale et discursive."

— Frédéric Cardin, Radio Canada,

May 03, 2012

“Throughout, Miller’s playing is smart, passionate and winningly individual.”

— Peter Hum, Ottawa Citizen

April 20, 2012

“Voilà à mon sens le meilleur album de jazz québécois lancé depuis le début 2012.”

—  Alain Brunet, La Presse

April 21, 2012


— Christophe Rodriguez,

April 05, 2012

"Smart and full of joy"

— Mike Chamberlain, The Hour (Montreal)

August 21, 2011

"Very attractive and universally accessible music. It's some of the best original contemporary jazz heard recently"

— Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide

August 01, 2011

"Miller is not only a thoughtful and melodic player, but also a creative composer who manages the rare feat of being progressive and accessible at the same time."

— Alex Hutchinson, Ottawa Citizen

August 19, 2011

"A very happening tenor player [who] has a very able ear for composition... [and] one of those sounds on tenor that makes you very glad that there is such a thing as the tenor saxophone. . . someone worth pursuing."

— Katie Malloch, CBC’s Jazz Beat

September 17, 1998

“Son discours mélodique... renvoie aussi au chant baroque ainsi qu'aux grands folklores d'Europe. Blues (en hommage au regretté saxophoniste acadien Boogie Gaudet), gospel, folk rock, psychédélisme sont aussi des composantes de ce jazz si singulier.”

— Alain Brunet, La presse

December 09, 2009