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I Knew I Had a Heart (Because I Felt It Breaking)
April 7, 2017
℗ 2017 Limey
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You and I
April 7, 2017
℗ 2017 Limey
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Rainy Milo Albums
This Thing Of Ours
This Thing of Ours is the debut album from British recording artist Rainy Milo. The album was recorded in the San Francisco Bay area in 2013 with the help of producer, mixer, engineer, and songwriter Daje. The album comes in both standard and deluxe formats, and features Milo's singles "'Deal Me Briefly", "Rats" and "'Bout You".
Producers for the album include Daje, Caswell, Chet Faker, Cole M. Greif-Neill, BLCK-RSSN and Flowzart. The record was originally released in the UK by Milo's label Limey/ Virgin EMI on 3 March 2014. The record was later released in the US and worldwide by Limey/Big Picnic on 21 April 2015. In addition to the new album art, the Clash cover track, "Bankrobber", features Kossisko on the 2015 release.
Hope & Glory
Swimming On Me
'Bout You (Remixes)
Limey is the debut mixtape by British recording artist Rainy Milo, released in October 2012 through an independent label.
The mixtape is Milo's first body of work, released after Milo began singing with local musicians and arts collectives when she was fourteen. Rainy began surfing the internet for jazz-inspired hip-hop beats in which she found producer BLCK RSSN. Milo enlisted BLCK RSSN as a producer for the mixtape along with Oddisee, Daje, Chet Faker, Flowzart, Cole M.G.N. and Eldad Guetta.
Sonically the album featured hip hop and jazz genre's. All of the songs from the mixtape were written by Milo except "Come Up and See Me" which is a rendition of the 1975 song Make Me Smile by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel. Upon release the mixtape was met with general acclaim with reviewers calling the mixtape a "perfect soundtrack" and praising its "chilly atmospherics and lyrics." Critics also praised Milo's vocals noting them as "startling" and "smoking".
Milo began promoting the mixtape on late 2012, she released a video to the song "Bout You" which was filmed in London and depicts Milo taking a "trip through her hometown".
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