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Robert Card, also known as Blackmill, is a dubstep producer from Highland, United Kingdom. Card started off producing music at the age of 8 when he received an acoustic guitar which he still plays today.

At the age of 15 he started producing trance and uploaded them to YouTube under the alias 'Robert J.C'. As the dubstep scene grew across the world throughout 2010, Card took a shine to this new genre. He began his dive into dubstep production by remixing Ellie Goulding's "Your Song" which took off straight away.[1]

Card's debut album, Reach for Glory, was released on 28 February 2011.

Some of his influences include Bob Marley, Mt. Eden & BAR9.


  • Reach for Glory (2011) [Self-Released]


  • Fortune Soul (2012) [Three Sixty Records]
  • Rain (2012) [Three Sixty Records]
  • Gaia (2015) [Self-Released]
  • Feel That Love (Ft. Graham Brown) (2015) [Self-Released]