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The Southern California hard rock band Swirl are looking for more international exposure opportunities. Music from the self titled and latest release 'SWIRL', is featured in the movie 'Ditch Day'. This film has already been released in Germany, Brazil, the UK, Korea and the U.S. The film stars Emmy Award winning actor Bill Oberst Jr., and took home the "Best Feature Film" Award at the Burbank International Film Festival...(http://thefilmditch.com/music-artists/). The 3 SWIRL songs featured in 'Ditch Day Massacre' are "Spell", "Rise Up" and "We Are Alive".
" they sound like an amalgamation of Slipknot and AC DC,"- The Huffington Post “…an interesting and diverse band to check out, as they combine the best of the past 20 years of American Rock/Hardrock” "Time to Fly is as good as I have heard on radio or TV... Absolutely one of the best bands" "Strong vocals, scorching guitar leads and a high-energy stage presence were only some of the many positive traits of Swirl’s greatly enjoyable performance..."
Swirl EP (2013)
The hard rock disc ‘SWIRL,’ demonstrates the strong, powerful, hook laden, song writing that is synonymous with Swirl music but, captured in a modern sound and production style that creates instantly memorable, emotionally impactful songs.

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# (PST) Name length Rating Notes
1 9:00 Fourth Of July 03:10 4
2 9:03 Spell 04:03 4
3 9:07 Rise Up 03:39 4
4 9:11 We Are Alive 03:49 3
5 9:15 Message 03:59 4
6 9:19 Time To Fly (Adrenaline) 03:04 3
7 9:22 Mad Disease (Sleepwalker) 03:23 4  

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Miles Silver

Growing up afraid of the dark as a child, my parents gave me a transistor radio to keep me company and lull me to sleep. Through that little radio I discovered some of my all-time favorite and most influential bands and musicians; The Police, David Bowie, The Beatles, The Talking Heads, Pink Floyd. There were plenty of other influential moments like sitting in my dad’s truck listening to eight tracks of Kenny Rogers and Marty Robins. I also loved going to a friend’s house whose older sisters introduced The Clash, The The, Adam Ant, and The Monks – a somewhat strange and colourful palate of sounds that began to define the beginnings of an eclectic taste and what would later become the foundation for a love of quirkiness in music.
Listening to all that music sparked the desire to play it. I began drumming as a teenager and it wasn’t long before I joined a band and started playing house parties. Being completely hooked on playing I wanted to know more about music, so I started learning the piano and theory and set my sights on going to college to study music.
I auditioned to get into Mount Royal University’s jazz program and was a nervous wreck having never auditioned for anything before. I will never forget sitting behind the drums at that audition while four instructors asked me to play different styles, sight read, and then they silently wrote things down in their note books. The audition went well and I got into the program.
Being introduced to the canon of jazz music and the masters who helped define the art form, influenced the way I thought about, listened to and played music.
Outside of the classroom and practice rooms, my peers in college created a huge sphere of influence. We were listening to so much; from Frank Zappa to Rush, Django Reinhardt to John Scofield, Art Tatum to Chick Corea, Charlie Parker to John Coltrane and Louis Armstrong to Miles Davis. We took in as much live music as we could, played and practiced together almost daily, and snapped up whatever gigs came our way. As college was coming to a close I was lucky enough to get a call to audition for a band that was going onto the cruise ships. Having survived eight ‘juries’ in college I was well prepared for this audition and the day after my graduating recital I was on the ocean playing with a whole new group of people.
After the cruise ship gig ended I came home with a penchant for writing original songs and began the search for musicians to work with. I played, recorded and toured with several original rock/pop bands, and did jazz gigs as a sideman in between. I had the pleasure to open for bands like the Rheostatics, the Grapes of Wrath, the Sky Diggers, and the Besnard Lakes to name just a few. Yes dues were paid in after-hours blues clubs and enduring smelly tour vans chasing the rock and roll dream and the quest for excellence as a musician.
All of those experiences and the influence of so many musicians I’ve had the good fortune to work with, has directed me to this new point of creativity in music: My own project, writing, recording and releasing one song at a time online.
I am very lucky to be working with long time band-mate, guitar/bass player, composer and friend, Steve Dodd, whose pieces you’ve probably heard on some of MTV’s reality TV shows. We have been creating rock-pop songs that have consistently been dubbed as catchy and “quirky” or “quirk-rock” songs. The ultimate goal is to write songs with really catchy melodies as one would expect in the rock-pop genre. But what finds its way into each song is an element of quirkiness. Nothing that goes way out into left field, but rather covert subtle sounds that tickle the ear or sometimes punctuated segments of instrumentation that will turn heads, the quirkiness is always there.

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# (PST) Artist Name length Rating Notes
8 9:25 Miles Silver The Whiplash Kid 03:33 4
9 9:29 Michael Crawford No Turning Back 03:37 4 New song
10 9:33 Bob Rylett Mya's Song   04:39 4
11 9:37 Jimmy Lee Morris Bigger Sky 05:09 4
12 9:43 John Cubbin New horizon 04:33 4 New song
13 9:47 Jupiter In Velvet Spare Me 03:12 4 New song
14 9:50 Lost Generation She's Bad News 03:14 4
15 9:54 Man eat Grass Ya block the Sun 02:34 4
16 9:56 Otis Kry He Never Loved A Woman 03:35 4
17 10:00 Over The Moon Strangers We Meet 03:37 4
18 10:04 The PondHawks Wire Me 03:39 4
19 10:07 Robert Shrigley Woolf Therye Screaming In Virtual 05:35 4 New song
20 10:13 Taking Names Run With Me 03:09 4
21 10:16 TolbertToz Down the Line 04:07 4
22 10:21 TolbertToz Don't Take Your Love 04:30 4
23 10:25 Trendlaser WhatGoesAround 02:53 4 New song
24 10:28 W. Dire Wolff Cheyenne Wind 02:58 4
25 10:31 Zialand Shelter 03:46 4
26 10:35 Bleak Shanghai Blues 04:00 4
27 10:39 The Saw On The Street 04:39 4
28 10:44 Jason Wells My Love Is Real 03:08 4
29 10:47 Joshua Rich Wanna See You Again 03:52 4
30 10:51 Axemaster Aldar Rof 04:29 4
31 10:56 The Arañads Mary Don't You Weep No More 04:35 4
32 11:00 Rick Lally It's High Time 03:51 4
33 11:04 Russell Foisy On My Own In San Anton 03:21 4
34 11:08 Disconnected Genius Kings & Queens 07:17 4 New song
35 11:15 Jeremy Porter and The Tucos Walk of Shame 04:05 4
36 11:19 JetBelly The Lost Parade 04:17 4
37 11:24 Juxta & Grand Space Adventure Ravens 03:25 4
38 11:27 Katiebeth Out Is The New In 02:54 4
39 11:30 KURT ZELTNER BLACK 03:32 4
40 11:34 Landing on the Sun Vandra 04:29 4
41 11:38 Le Poisson Crush:You 04:31 4
42 11:43 MAKS Career 03:48 4
43 11:47 Midnight Kahuna Strange Days 04:53 4
44 11:52 Narrow Plains Choices (Live At Deep River) 03:16 4
45 11:55 Naryan Sleeping Beauty 04:29 4
46 12:00 Nic Evennett Hold On 05:34 4
47 12:05 Niko Gamet Leaving Tomorrow 03:10 4
48 12:08 the oohz Strange Body 04:49 4
49 12:13 Open Hand Hope Is Lost 04:34 4
50 12:18 Rick Lally Now's The Time For Love 03:06 4
51 12:21 Rick Pisano I Got The Fever 03:22 4
52 12:25 Rowland Jones So Good 03:40 4
53 12:28 SixTwoSeven Wreckless Soul 02:57 4
54 12:31 Swilly Slow Grind 05:46 4
55 12:37 Violent Divine Apocalyptic and Insane 03:25 4
56 12:41 Welsh Avenue Time to Fly 04:06 4
57 12:45 WholeSpirit Sit on the Roof 04:06 4
58 12:49 Camel Juice Sister Mary 04:45 4
59 12:54 Caroline Ferrante Symphony 03:49 4
60 12:58 Coco Scott Shake You Down 03:08 4
61 1:01 Company of Dreams Secret of Life 08:00 4
62 1:09 Riff Reign Sittin' Here Thinking 04:06 4
63 1:13 Annemarie Picerno I Don't Know What Love Is 03:46 3
64 1:17 Billy James Brady LET LOOSE AND PLAY 03:30 3
65 1:21 Keith Shaw _17 03:33 3
66 1:24 Mick J Clark Blow Thise Candles Out 04:05 3
67 1:29 Mick J Clark There's Nothing Anybody Can Do 03:22 3
68 1:32 Moscato Dear God 04:49 3
69 1:37 Taking Names Contagious 03:18 3 New song
70 1:40 Les Paul's (The Paul's) Stepping Up The Action 05:54 3
71 1:46 Melissa Bret House I Tried to Call Home 03:48 3
72 1:50 The Sables Icarus' Flight (feat. Den Shender) 03:03 3
73 1:53 BetaPSI Mirror Ball  06:16 3