13 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Los Angeles-based quartet Milo Greene goes big with their second album, a headphone-ready set of smoky, cinematic rock. After earning raves for their self-titled 2012 debut, the quartet’s sophomore release is all about sparse, bass-driven singles, haunting melodies, and dark, danceable rock.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Los Angeles-based quartet Milo Greene goes big with their second album, a headphone-ready set of smoky, cinematic rock. After earning raves for their self-titled 2012 debut, the quartet’s sophomore release is all about sparse, bass-driven singles, haunting melodies, and dark, danceable rock.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

PorkyTwo ,

Just awful.

Overproduction and a makeover for the band equals radio friendly garbage. "White Lies" is such a disappointment.

alexzinwonderland ,

Skeptical Thus Far

Milo Greene's first album is one of the best overall that I have encountered, ever. I consider myself a bit of a music snob and very few albums in their entirety really impress me. However, the lyrics are pure poetry and the vocalization is haunting in their first album. While I have only heard a few songs off of this album thus far, it does not seem to have the same beautiful and unique charm that it's predecessor presented so effortlessly. The beautiful instrumentation sounds like it has been switched out for pop-like, autotuned noise and catchy lyrics. I really hope that the rest of the album proves me wrong when it is released, but at this point, it sounds like Milo Greene has sold out and become another hit chaser.

Garrettc83 ,

??

What the hell happened!?!?

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