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Blood On My Blazer

by The Miles

A heat-seeking explosion of surf-garage-power pop, wildly energetic, fearless and always fun, these young Toronto boys are a force to be reckoned with.
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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Album Notes
The Miles are an energetic power trio from Toronto. Drawing from the classic sounds of surf rock, new wave and rockabilly, but charged with the hard attitude of 70's punk and the cutting edge of electro, The Miles are a force to be reckoned with. But they also love you unconditionally. And they have glasses. Where The Miles go, the party ensues.

"A heat-seeking explosion of surf-garage-power pop, wildly energetic, fearless, and as always--fun. Electric hot-jams turning the front of the stage into a dance-a-thon. The Miles equals a noisy, sweaty, celebration."

"pyrotechnic dance-punk that set the place on fire, scorching rockabilly thunder, a musical high-speed car chase blazing a trail of smoke and blinding fumes. Sizzling and dazzling. Place your money on The Miles. These cool-cats are on onto bigger and better things."

-Lonely Vagabond, Exclaim

"They don't come much tighter or more appealingly frantic than this trio of 17-year-old Toronto lads, who could very well dethrone Tokyo Police Club as the city's hottest high-school-spawned ingenues." "An impossibly disciplined guitar/drums/keyboards attack squad. Cute as hell, too. Lock up your daughters."

-Ben Rayner, Toronto Star

"Sometimes you just can feel something about a band, and that something is really hard to explain in a tangible way. But you know -- or at least, you think you know -- that if this band can keep going down the path it’s on, it is destined for bigger and better things. For me, the Miles are one of these bands."

-Dan Wolovick, Twomaymonolouges


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Chrisr at CD Baby

Combining the fast and furious angular rhythms of Arctic Monkeys with the frenetic, spit-in-your-face energy of early Elvis Costello & the Attractions albums, The Miles have created a youthful album that is both menacing and cheeky. At times playing up the new wave synth pop of Talking Heads or the group singing style of of B-52s, at times referencing more retro sounds like vintage farfisa keyboards and surf guitars, they keep the catchy melodies moving and keep the blood pumping.