Brooklyn-based Milagres are an indie rock band led by vocalist Kyle Wilson. The group’s first album, Seven Summits, was recorded on a farm in Massachusetts, but Wilson used his mountain-climbing background as an inspiration, basing the content around nature walks and stories from mountain guides. Soon after the album was completed, the frontman went on a climbing expedition and took a spill that resulted in a serious back injury. While bedridden, he wrote the bulk of their sophomore album. After he recovered, Chris Brazee, Steven Leventhal, Fraser McCulloch, and Eric Schwortz joined Wilson to record Glowing Mouth, which was released in January of 2012 by Kill Rock Stars.

Treefort Music Festival 2014 Reveals More Performers, including Dan Deacon, Polica, Gardens & Villa,, Perfect Pussy. The fest starts March 20 in Boise,

Treefort Music Fest Reveals More Performers

Treefort Music Fest – taking place March 20th-23rd in downtown Boise, Idaho – has announced another wave of artists. These acts will join previously announced performers like Run The Jewels (EL-P + Killer Mike), The Joy Formidable, and Built to Spill. Artists in the announcement include,

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Milagres Announce Sophomore LP via Kill Rock Stars, Reveal 1st Single + Live Dates at the stopover Festival in Savannah, Georgia and in Chicago on Jan 19th.

Milagres Reveal New LP On Kill Rock Stars

Following their debut LP, Glowing Mouth, Brooklyn indie rock quartet Milagres have just announced the release of their sophomore full-length album, Violent Light, on February 25th, 2014 via Kill Rock Stars in the US (2/24 via Memphis Industries in the UK). Channeling influences as diverse as David Bowie,

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Milagres Interview

Charles Brownstein of Northern Trasmissions chats with Kyle Wilson of the band Milagres. Northern Transmissions: What were some of the inspirations for this album?…

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