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Milk Man | Deerhoof
This expanded edition from Cherry Red Records makes the case for hearing it free of the baggage of that alt rock era. Streaming and Download help.
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The title track, which opens the album, is unsurpassable. Milk Man by Deerhoof. Tera Melos have a challenging body of work that doesn’t become simple or straightforward, but becomes sharper and takes form with each album. Yazz Ahmed guests and we feature “The Music of” tribute to French musical legends. Composer Mario Diaz de Leon uses traditional classical instruments deerhoof combination with experimental electronics on his latest album Cycle and Reveal featuring four recent works.
Off-kilter slacker pop pumped up with catchy riffs and choruses. Dog On The Sidewalk When you hear it, you’ll smile: Miljman American treasure Jude Johnstone presents refreshingly spare, uncluttered grownup ballads on her latest, Living Room.
Bernard Rose’s Candyman offers a moody “elegance”, if you will, that’s sorely lacking in other horror films of the era. For leaving the bottles on. Cat on the drive. deerrhoof
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Milkkman with gift card. I’m feeling something here, what’s it called again? As always, you can’t always quite tell what that chirpy Satomi Matsuzaki is singing, but in this case a glance at the lyric sheet is instructive: I’m not frightened by the milk man at all.
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This track compilation of cutting punk and post-punk is a fundraiser for Extinction Rebellion, dedicated to fighting climate change. It marks a particular moment in the musician’s life and his belief that songs never die.
Deerhoof: Milk Man
This new Deerhoof album’s pretty good though. This album evades a raking over my coals because of the brilliant title track, which keeps me listening, and because as an art-rock quartet they’ve generated some great background music here. Available as import Amazon iTunes.