I will be seeing Milo Greene for the second time this week and first time as headliner. Never have I been more excited for a band to return to DC. Their debut, self-titled album has swept me away in a love affair (not to mention Marlana). Live, there is little and less that compares to Milo Greene’s beautiful on-stage harmony and synergy.
Coinciding with their album release and tour, Milo are putting out a series of music videos which sum up to a 36 minute short titled Moddison. The first two videos for Silent Way and 1957 are currently out via The Warner Sound studio. Each video will build on the story and won’t necessarily come out in their logical order; adding to the mystique. So far, this band can do no wrong. The two videos are visually stunning and complement the music perfectly. You will immediately be emotionally hooked into this story. Be sure to keep up each release and hopefully I will be seeing some of y’all at DC9 this Tuesday. Enjoy!
Milo Greene – 1957
Milo Greene – Silent Way
So, I cannot contain my excitement any longer. In a matter of hours, I will be reliving one my favorite concert experiences. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. is set to tear down the Red Palace in DC tonight. I’m overly joyed at the thought of seeing my new favorite band live again and experiencing a new venue for me in DC. Here is a video of the guys performing Nothing But Your Love Live from Austin City Limits this year. Imagine that energy and creativity up close and in person! Oh, goosebumps. Enjoy.
Radiohead recently released this “teaser” for their upcoming studio video, The King Of Limbs: Live From the Basement. The video features the previously unreleased song, Staircase. The King Of Limbs left me waiting for more from Radiohead. The album is incredible. It possesses a rhythmic quality that, without fail, takes me away from worry and into a heightened state. Every beat is perfectly intertwined with Yorke’s iconic voice. But it’s short, really short. Hopefully these basement sessions lead to the release of additional Radiohead songs.
…Separator, the last song in Limbs, would have you believe that this isn’t the last we will hear from Radiohead this year. Please, Thom, I need more.