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  • When my parents, uncles and aunts were young and restless, they used to listen to this band.
    One of the first rock bands to sweep the post-independent Bangladesh.
    Today, even after 30 years, they remain relevant with a dedicated fan base.
    Bangladeshis are in an auditorium at the Chinese Cultural Centre listening and signing along to decade old songs.
    The name of the band: Miles.
    They can get riled up with their drum solos and base guitars,
    but I tended to like their more acoustic melodies (audio).
    The crowd is mostly in their thirties or older, including a lot of married families.
    As young kids occupy right end of the stage to move and find ways to entertain themselves,
    this may be one of the few times they hear what Bangla rock songs sound like.
    Unless you have parents like mine who have mp3 files hidden in their phones that come out to breathe when we are in the car.
    I sometimes listen, sometimes put headphones on to listen to my own music.
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