I hope I can build up a bit of a following soon.
Let me just say, before I review this album, I have never listened to an Indie Folk album before, and this album really opened my eyes to Folk music in general. If you don’t already know, Milo Greene is a band formed in California, and consists of 5 members: Robbie Arnett, Graham Fink, Andrew Heringer, Marlana Sheetz, and Curtis Marrero. This album is outstanding from start to finish. The acoustic guitar was used beautifully, and different members of the band provided different vocals on different songs. It’s very easy on the ears, and the bass guitar sounds great under the acoustics and vocals. There were short interludes to guide the album along nicely. I really have nothing bad at all to say about this album, except I think some of the songs could have been longer. It was 13 tracks (which is really good) but the songs were a bit short at times. The songs that stood out to me the most were 1957, Cutty Love, What’s The Matter, and Take a Step, because of the vocals and instrumentation. Plus, the choruses are kinda catchy. The album artwork is odd, yet, artistic, and painted nicely. Overall, I’d give this album a solid 9.6 out of 10. What do you think? Give it a listen at http://www.milogreene.com/albums
Once I build up a bit of a following, I’ll start doing reviews for albums, mixtapes, and individual songs that people request. I’ll also have weekly discussions about artists, new projects and other stuff.
I’m really excited for Kendrick Lamar’s new album coming later on this year, “good kid, m.A.A.d city”.
This is my Music blog called “Scott’s Hollow“. Music is a big part of my life, and I enjoy talking about and reviewing music. I’m going to blog about new artists and albums, and review new and old music, and share my opinions on music. I listen to all genres, except country. It’s not that I have anything against country music, but it doesn’t really appeal to me. I hope to see some of you guys on my blog soon.