In the fertile fields of the San Diego music scene, one energetic rock band has continued to grow in popularity and strength, playing shows to a growing and intense fan base. This band is Good Morning Milo, and they know what it’s like to struggle balancing faith, jobs, and rock, while still managing to play at Youth Conference. However, they believe that the Spirit has inspired their rock journey. Good Morning Milo released their first album, Through the Chaos and Clatter, in 2009, and an EP called Pushing the Envelope in 2008, and have developed their chops through relentless live performances since they got together. Good Morning Milo represents everything good about Latter-day Saints in music (whose adrenalized rock is like an awesome kick in the face), and they are now a featured artist at Linescratchers, agreeing to an interview. They rock essentially and have some depth to them, too. Continue reading “Good Morning Milo”
Album: Through the Chaos and Clatter
Artist: Good Morning Milo
Home Town: San Diego, CA
Recommended if you like: Fall Out Boy, Panic at the Disco, Second Hand Serenade, or Paramore.
Imagine Fall Out Boy and Panic at the Disco having a baby that could play the guitar better and you’ll have Good Morning Milo. Their full-length album Through the Chaos and Clatter is a great mixture of poppy over-the-top vocals placed on the melodic layers that constitute the rest of the group. Continue reading “Good Morning Milo – Through the Chaos and Clatter review”