California, United States
Alternative / Psychedelic
As seen in Rolling Stone & Cashbox Magazine, MILK's new album produced by Fran Ashcroft (Gorillaz, Dandy Warhols, Damon Albarn) in Los Angeles and Liverpool.
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"This is a new exciting band. You are going to dig what Milk is about. They have a load of songs that are pretty cool. The songs "Fly" and "Monochrome" are probably the best. I would like to see these guys live. I hear that they are from LA, but they recorded part of this about in Liverpool. Psychedelic Rock is still alive with bands like Milk. This band is worthy."
Alexander Laurence/ SF Burning Magazine
Their mission is to lead a new trend of "New Alternative Psychedelia", combining the aesthetics of trippy hippie bands with a post-grunge appeal and a "forward thinking" vision./ Campus Circle Magazine.
This has a very 70’s rock flavor, wiith some fast paced great guitar licks and a cracking driving beats, offset by some tracks of almost power ballad proportions. “Monochrome” is a power ballad in the making. I can just imagine seeing the band live and hearing the audience sing along. The album rounds off with the truly beautiful “Give Me Some”, with its almost ethnic feel. It’s one of those tracks that just meanders, in no particular hurry and then has that burst of frenetic energy. A great first outing from MILK and definitely a band to keep an eye on.
Colin Meeks, IndieLaunchPad.com
The band's music is high energy and filled with fuzzy amped
up sounding guitars along with whiplash causing drum beats.
The dairy counsel has a slogan that says, "Milk does a body
good." The band Milk's slogan could be, "Milk does your ears good!"
C.W. Ross/ Indiemusicstop.com
MILK are an alternative psychedelic experience from the USA, they sound with their swirling groove like Sky Cries Mary meets Verve flow that almost gives way to a Brian Jonestown Massacre delicateness.
Eastern vibes and bits that hint at a very mellowed out Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and I see people over there in their home town of Los Angeles are talking about "trip-pop" and "new-alternative psychedelia"./ Organart Magazine, London
MILK is good for you- that is if you like fuzzed-out, trippy guitar rock that simmers, boils and frequently explodes./ Entertainment Today