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Milo Greene 11/7/12

Milo Greene 11/7/12 atlanticrecords.com / Liza Boone
Written by Brian Benton
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Despite appearances, none of the five members of Los Angeles indie-folk band Milo Greene are actually named Milo Greene.

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The name was first used when the group's founding members realized it would be easier to get gigs if they had someone to represent them, more specifically an imaginary British agent named Milo. Using a fake Gmail account, they took on Milo's persona and booked more shows than ever. Needless to say, the name stuck.

Milo Greene, the band, consists of four lead vocalists -- Robbie Arnett, Graham Fink, Andrew Heringer and Marlana Sheetz -- and a percussionist, Curtis Marrero. The voices build off one another, creating soothing harmonies instead of giving just one vocalist the spotlight. This unity is especially noticeable on the explosive "1957," one of the three songs featured in this session.

The band released their self-titled debut album in July. The album is complex with layers of instruments, but the songs are simple enough to sing along to. So, if you like, you can become Milo Greene's fifth vocalist.

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