Born in October 1969 Peter Muller grew up in a musical family. His father played acoustic bass and piano and so Peter came into contact with
Jazz very early. After learning classical acoustic guitar for some year his ears were suddenly totally drawn to the sound of the bass and he started to slap on his guitar, trying to sound
like all the contemporary bass players he was hearing, like Mark King, Stanley Clarke and Marcus Miller. At the age of 14, his parents helped him out in buying him a second hand Fender
Jazz Bass (Serial No. S8852622) which he still uses from time to time . In just 4 years he learned to play the bass well enough to become a professional musician. Like most
professionals he played all kinds of gigs in all kinds of settings all over Europe. Peter became a popular sideman, favoured for his heavy groove and his passion for funk.
In the 90's he discovered his composing skills and began to write his own music. He also felt that producing music could be an interesting new
perspective for him, so he started recording on the computer in the early days of hard disk and digital recording. In 2000 he became member of the Frank Mead Band, which was an important step in
his development as an artist.
In 2001 he put his own Studio together and it was only a few months later that he decided it was finally time to do his first album. He founded his own label "Mullennium Records" to have
the complete freedom and control over his music. The release of his debut album "M-Vibez" became an unexpected success, which suddenly put him on the scene internationally as one of the hottest
new bass players. Also his follow-up albums "The Flow" and "No Mind" received rave reviews in all relevant music- and bassmagazines.
Until today Muller stays busy as a much sought-after bassist, as well as an audio engineer and producer, producing music for other artists.
"I can't release solo albums every 2 years or so, like other artists, because I got so many interests" says Muller. One of his greatest passions is travelling the world to get to know other
cultures. "I've got no problem not to make music for some weeks. It doesn't take me away from it. It's the opposite, it inspires me and when i grab an instrument after a while it feels like
He's the guy who can't sit still and is always looking for something to discover. His newest interest: getting into video production as well with his new company "Audiovisual Worx".