New Track: Dollar And A Dream – Miles Glyphers


Australian rapper MILES GLYPERS unveiled his latest track, Dollar and a Dream, taken from the new EP, Third World Child.

In the four-minute smooth offering, Miles – originally from Ivory Coast – questions the real definition of the word home, a question prompted from his nomadic life as a youngster. The  alternative hip-hopper moved to Sydney with his family at the age of 11, after living in the New Guinea for a short while.

Just under two years ago, he released his debut mixtape Twisted Youth including the singles They are Free, Out of Time and Lake House, which were supported online by Noisey and i-D. He was also hailed ‘one to watch’ by Complex and is currently Sampa the Great’s favourite up & coming artist.

Check out Dollar And A Dream, available now on iTunes.

Mixtape Review: Twisted Youth – Miles Glyphers

Miles Glyphers Twisted Youth

After featuring Lake House on NEW LEASE MUSIC, I just had to check out MILES GLYPHER‘s debut joint, Twisted Youth.

Released late last month, the seven-track mixtape features seamlessly chilled atmospheric tones where the newcomer’s  baritone vocals perfectly washes over every single recording. Oh,what a real treat!

Check out Twisted Youth and grab your copy for FREE from SoundCloud! Enjoy!

#TheMustListens: Where Do We Go, They Are Free, Lake House (of course!)


Song of the Day: Smoke Signals – Fevapres

True hip-hop heads: go check today tune, Smoke Single by FEVAPRES. Track is the first release from the upcoming project, Jhanna. Melbourne duo Fevapres and Ardor are not the typical Mc/Producer outfit. Coming together from very different musical backgrounds, the two have found a common ground in which, while being rather unique re-visits those ol’ familiar elements. Fevapres best describes the sound as “A trip down memory lane laced with the futures effects”. Producer Ardor comes from a diverse background inspired by artists varying from Björk to Sun Ra to the heavier realm with groups like Animals As Leaders.. Fevapres, on the other hand, brings you more of a recognizable feel (for Hip Hop heads) being influenced primarily by The NOTORIOUS B.I.G and KENDRICK LAMAR  while also citing Jazz and Nu Soul amongst his ever growing motif . His lyrical content, while rich in originality and wit, has a certain vulnerability at times, enabling a deep, fervent, even poignant level of connection with listeners. Already piquing interest in the local underground scene, after the release of Smoke Signals, the duo are fusing their talents and experience together to bring a distinct sound and soul to which the you can simply press play, sit back, listen and be taken on a personal journey uninterrupted, or rather, be immersed in your own personal Jhanic experience.