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Milo Greene
Milo Greene.jpgMilo Greene in 2013
Background information
OriginLos Angeles, California
GenresIndie
Years active2010–present
LabelsElektra Records/Atlantic Records (U.S.)
Websitemilogreene.com
MembersRobbie Arnett
Graham Fink
Curtis Marrero
Marlana Sheetz
Past membersAndrew Heringer

Milo Greene is a self-described cinematic indie pop band that formed in Los Angeles, California.[1] Milo Greene is a quartet, with three lead singers. Band members Robbie Arnett, Graham Fink, and Marlana Sheetz share lead and backing vocal duties, often switching instruments during performances with Curtis Marrero on percussion.[2]

Contents

  • 1 History
    • 1.1 Control (2015)
  • 2 Media and appearances
    • 2.1 Moddison
    • 2.2 Live TV appearances
    • 2.3 Music videos
  • 3 Members
  • 4 Discography
    • 4.1 Albums
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

History

The band described their sound to Lauren Moraski of CBS News by explaining, "'Originally when we started this band we wanted to create music that we could potentially see being placed in movies and TV,' said singer/multi-instrumentalist Sheetz. 'We really love scoring and that's how we wanted the music to sound. Very cinematic -- which is kind of why we like to call it cinematic-pop.'"[3]

Milo Greene is the name of a fictitious booking agent, a persona created by the band to help them get gigs in the early days of playing shows. The band describes Milo's identity to The Guardian: "He's British. He wears a three-piece-suit. He wears a monocle. He's albino. He has chops, sideburns. He's confident, charming, well-read, well-spoken. He's a gentlemen , the kind of guy we all aspire to be." The band decided to keep the name of their fictitious booking agent for the group.[4]

Control (2015)

On 30 September 2014, Milo Greene announced that their sophomore album, Control would be released on 27 January 2015.[5] The band described the new album's tone as a departure from the more folk-based sounds of their previous work, and instead more upbeat and percussive.[6]

Moddison

On October 6, 2012, Milo Greene released a short film entitled Moddison. Written by the band and directed by Chad Huff, the film consists of a series of individual music videos for every song on their debut album "Milo Greene" that, when played in album order, make up the film. It was filmed across a span of five days at a cabin on Shaver Lake in California.

Live TV appearances

  • July 25, 2012: Late Show with David Letterman
  • September 6, 2012: Conan
  • October 10, 2012: Last Call with Carson Daly
  • November 27, 2012: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
  • May 21, 2013: Last Call with Carson Daly
  • January 28, 2015 Conan

Members

  • Robbie Arnett–vocals, various instruments
  • Marlana Sheetz–vocals, various instruments
  • Graham Fink–vocals, various instruments
  • Curtis Marrero–percussion
  • Andrew Heringer-vocals, generals guitar (former member)

References

  1. ^ Bacher, Danielle "No leader but quite a following", "Los Angeles Times," June 23, 2012, accessed July 26, 2012.
  2. ^ Yudhistira "Milo Greene by Milo Greene", "MP396.com," July 29, 2012, accessed July 29, 2012.
  3. ^ Moraskia, Lauren "Milo Greene: Making Cinematic Pop for the Movies", "CBSNews.com," December 18, 2012, accessed January 16, 2013.
  4. ^ Lester, Paul "Band of the Day", "The Guardian" October 31, 2012, accessed January 16, 2013.
  5. ^ "Milo Greene". Milo Greene. 30 September 2014. Retrieved 2014-10-26. 
  6. ^ "Milo Greene talks change, control and craft". The Daily Californian. 2 October 2014. Retrieved 2014-10-26. 
  7. ^ Diaz Dennis, Alicia "Milo Greene's Debut Is the No. #1 'Billboard' Heatseeker", "Zimbio.com," July 25, 2012, accessed July 26, 2012.

External links

  • Official band website
   

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