Brooklyn band Milagres plays a brand of rock that’s more dynamic than most — unafraid to shift from atmospheric and soft to forceful and loud within a mere moment or over the progressive course of a song. Their music can be upbeat or melancholy, relying on the traditional rock combo of guitars, drums, and bass along with rich vocal harmonies, keys and electronic elements, extra percussion, and even orchestral arrangements.
The band recently signed to Kill Rock Stars and will be releasing their first album, Glowing Mouth, through the label in September. See the band live in Brooklyn on August 10 at L Magazine’s SummerScreen screening of Jurassic Park.
Complete radio broadcast and playlist: https://www.btrtoday.com/#/post/?blog=32&post=2151
Official website for Milagres: http://www.milagresmusic.com/
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