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Twilight Album

by Philip Miller

his Beat came from the Cold Dusk of City Streets his Lyrics came from travel to the Heady Urban Night Lights.. meet the music of Philip Miller.. for a Timeless Modern Era..
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Katie's Got It
5:33 $0.99
2. Winter's Ice
4:57 $0.99
3. Evening Melody
5:08 $0.99
4. Twilight
6:18 $0.99
5. Stage Floor Diva
6:03 $0.99
6. So Near so Far
6:59 $0.99
7. Calling
5:31 $0.99
8. Carry to the River
5:18 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Twilight Album
By Philip Miller

In the moments between dusk and midnight comes the dawn of Twilight.
The roads and trains we get about by, the phones and meeting places we use to survive.
Provide a never-ending pattern to our lives..
We walk across the cosmopolitan centre, that shapes the government of our ways.
Deciding who to try, before going back again.
..from the wrong side of the Tracks came the Rhythm,
from the shadow of the Image came ..the singer , and the song..

**Join the most exciting tracks of our time across the world of the music and style of Philip Miller..
Get ready for.. the Twilight Album....**



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When I stumbled upon the music of Philip Miller I was taken a back to say the least. His distinct style of pouncing at the listener with heavy, off-kilter drums at the start of each track, followed by several unique chords within seconds of each other, demands attention, and may put some listeners off. It is with a strong passion that I ask of those who may be put off to stick with it for a while. It may take a few minutes, songs, or even a few listens to the album to get used to, but when you see the beauty in Mr. Millers work, the clouds part and you will see the light that this music brings to the world.

Miller, an unknown figure in the industry, seems to have sprung out of nowhere in recent years with the release of several singles on YouTube as well as streaming platforms such as Spotify, beginning with the summer smash, “Katie’s Got It”. Anybody who didn’t have a bopping summer of 2017, obviously hadn’t heard this gem. This is era defining music, and somehow it is simultaneously light years ahead of its time.

We are swiftly moved along to a track titled “Winters Ice” which begins with Millers trademark style, and whose lyrics and video detail the shady events that took place at a New Years Eve Masquerade Ball. The mystery and tensions are high on tracks such as this, and the spook-fest, “Twilight”.

There are refreshing narrative changes on the tracks “Stage Floor Diva” and “So Near So Far”, that break up the heady atmosphere that Miller has laid upon his listeners thus far. These soon-to-be iconic pop tracks, with their infectious rhythms and hooks, do not betray Millers classic style. They serve the same purpose as “Alright” from Kendrick Lamar’s intense performance on 2015’s “To Pimp A Butterfly”. Might I add, as a sort of side note, the lyrical genius that many see in Lamar is but toys when compared to the utter godliness of Miller’s writing skill.

Sometimes this complex writing style can leave listeners confused, as it has done to this humble reviewer on the track “Evening Melody” which is accompanied by perhaps Millers most adventurous music video yet, with added narration between verses. This I’m sure is not any fault of Philips, but of my own as I have clearly not been exposed to enough literature to understand the deep references Miller is pulling from here.

This masterpiece does not go without a climax. On the track “Calling”, we get to know the heartbreak that Miller is struggling through, and his pleading that his loved one return to him. Let’s get real here, this track probably isn’t true because who in their right mind could turn down a man with dance skills that test Michael Jackson, the voice of an angel, and someone who owns 4 whole amplifiers!! Ladies?

The resolution to the story is not one that may satisfy the listener, but Miller doesn’t seem to care, as he delivers lines that show brutal honesty and vulnerability in the albums final moments on the closing track “Carry to the River”. Here, Miller lets us know that he is leaving, what we are not told. My guess is that he is leaving to a universe where his art can be accepted and appreciated, and only Miller would have the skill to make this move as his artistic talent has lead me to believe that he is undoubtedly a god.

As of yet I have had not one complaint with “The Twilight Album” by Philip Miller. However, it is Millers future that has left me skeptical. Will Miller return in the future with another album, and if so how will it match the absolute genius that this one has displayed? Will it take another 2 years or more for Him to release it? But honestly, none of this is too important as of right now because this album is enough for me for at least another few decades. I may never listen to another album in my life, or any music by another artist for that matter. Albums like this come around once in a lifetime and are not to be missed. Thank you Philip for your work

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