The word “lush” is tossed around a lot in music write-ups like this and, usually, you feel like it’s being used as nothing more than a lazy synonym for “pretty.” But it’s a marvelous descriptor for the Los Angeles quintet Milo Greene, which layers melody upon lyric upon melody to form a dizzying experience that is thrilling, soothing, unique and—yes—very, very lush.
It’s cinematic, too, with the soaring melodies and charging anthems that seem ready-made for an angst-drenched indie flick about lost love and wandering hearts.
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