The band of the day is from Los Angeles, California. This band is coming to Cleveland to play Friday at the Beachland Ballroom. I want to see this show, but have been unable to find anyone to go with. I may end up going anyways if it isn’t sold out on the day of the show. The star of the band is not named Milo. Matter of fact, I don’t believe there is anyone in the band named Milo. I do know one thing, and this band is on an upward trend, and I have watched them grow a bit since, I first heard them, last year, on that kick ass station in Seattle. The band claims to be in the Cinematic pop genre. Why do bands always make up their own genre? I don’t mean to single out Milo, cause a lot of bands come up with some oddly named genres. There are far more confusing, self described groups out there; I can assure you of that. I can see why Milo Greene, could be accurately called this type of sound, but who else is currently in that genre? They make some dang good music regardless, and it is full of hooks and the melodies are like so many new bands out there today, just perfectly fluid. This is definitely my favorite Cinematic Pop band, ever.
Robbie Arnett, Marlana Sheetz, Andrew Hering, and Graham Fink all are listed as vocalist and each play various instruments. Curtis Marrero is the drummer and is the only member that I could nail down on an instrument. I am rushed for time today, so my research is not on par, with my usual standards. One of the cool things, I found is how this band put their album into a movie called “MODDISON.” It certainly helps justify the Cinematic Pop, self description. I enjoyed watching it, and it will be the third video that I share on this post.
On a side not, the Kopecky Family Band is opening up for Milo Greene. “Angry Eyes” is my favorite from them.
The first video is “1957.” It is by far their most popular track if YouTube views are the judge, with a little over 600,000 views. It is not my favorite from them, but it is a great tune. The second video is “What’s The Matter.” This is my favorite from Milo Greene. It is just a great, mellow, tune. The third is the Cinematic Pop film “MODDISON.”
Have a blessed day. Fill your hearts with kindness and remember nothing is more important than today.