Jochen van der Steijn, better known by his stage name, Jochen Miller, is a trance musician and DJ from Langenboom in the province of North Brabant in southern Netherlands .He started his career under the alias "DJ Jochen"; changing to his current name in 2003. He began his career at 16, practicing his mixing skills at a disco owned by his father, where he went on to become a resident DJ. Two years later, at the age of 18, he had a residency at Zino's dance club in Tilburg, NL. In 1999, he won the Dutch Mixing Championships at Dance Valley, where he gained attention for spinning three turntables. In 2001, he became the first resident DJ at The Matrixx club, in Nijmegen, Netherlands. He has since gone on to play at various clubs and events throughout the Netherlands and following burgeoning popularity, globally as well. In 2008, his single "Lost Connection" was featured on Armin van Buuren's popular annual compilation mix album, A State of Trance 2008, thus propelling him to international recognition. In 2010, he signed to David Lewis Productions DJ Agency and in 2011 wrote the song "Rotunda" with Markus Schulz. which was debuted At Armin van Buuren's A State Of Trance 500, which was being held in Buenos Aires at the time.His latest track, released on February 6, 2012 (on beatport) is known as "Wild and Perfect Day" was co-produced with Rank 1 and Sarah Bettens.Stay ConnectedJochen Miller also hosts the Radio Show "Stay Connected", in which he plays the latest tracks of the current moment within the scene. The show is only hosted once a month and can be heard as part of Armin van Buuren's "A State of Sundays" Radio Show hosted on Siriux XM's Electric Area. His "Stay Connected" is a duration of 1 hour."Stay Connected" can also be found on the Dance Tunes radio website as part of a downloadable PodcastThe tracks that brought Jochen to popularity can also be heard just before the radio show starts as they are highlighted. These are tracks such as "Stay connected", "Face Value", "Brace yourself" and lastly "Lost Connection" as mentioned above.