Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson
|Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson|
Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson (in plaid)
playing the 2008 Monolith Festival
30 October 1982 |
|Labels||Say Hey Records, Saddle Creek Records|
|Website||Say Hey Records page|
Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson (Born in Oregon on October 30, 1982) is a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter.
Miles was raised in Portland and Eugene. He spent much of his youth on the road traveling with his comedian/playwright father as he played venues across the U.S. In high school, he began playing guitar and writing songs. After a brief move to California, Miles went to New York City in 2000. He attended New York University and graduated from Tisch School of the Arts in 2004.
Miles' eponymous first LP, originally recorded, produced and arranged in 2006 with Chris Taylor of Grizzly Bear, was released on July 1, 2008. The album features contributions by Grizzly Bear's Daniel Rossen and Christopher Bear and TV on the Radio's Kyp Malone.
- Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson page at Say Hey Records
- Hafley, Lauren. Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson Interview. Beyond Race Magazine
- Shaer, Matthew. His name is big, and so is his potential "Boston.com, September 28, 2008"
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