Milo's Music Parlor, hosted by the President and Janitor of Milo Records, Kim Vu, is an intimate conversation with artists shaping the contemporary New Orleans musical landscape. Living legends, young upstarts, and national and international acts making a pass through the city play an intimate set to a small audience of music appreciators, then step away from their instruments and talk with Kim. The audience join in the conversation. Milo's Music Parlor is a unique New Orleans night out: something between soundcheck and speakeasy, on-stage, back-stage, and after-show party.
As you may have discerned in your own musical ramblings, or if you don't live here auditory samplings, around New Orleans, there's something musically here for everybody. If you need any proof of this, look and listen no further. Ladies, and gentlemen, Mahala.
On this episode of Milo's Music Parlor, Matt Schreiber shares his experience traveling and studying Eastern European music, Romani (commonly referred to as “Gypsy”) music, and the differences between the two.
The education doesn’t stop there. The accordion-guitar-drum trio educate us on what it means to be Bulgarian in New Orleans, playing traditional Bulgarian music to a community of Bulgarians, Serbians and other
European immigrants. It’s a tale of ten cities.