Milo Greene, a fivemember outfit hailing from California, sounds like the beautiful and talented lovechild of Local Natives and Fleet Foxes. In other words, their music is everything that is right with the happening indie genre. When their album, Milo Greene, is pumping through your headphones, it’s hard to grasp that this wonderfully orchestrated CD is the band’s debut. It’s even harder to stop listening. Although their folksy style isn’t anything new, Milo Greene’s tunes like “What’s the Matter” and “Cutty Love” are a breath of fresh air.
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