• milk kan The Junk Shop (CD, £7.95)

    label: Blang

    Never lost for words South Londoners Milk Kan release their 2nd album. “The Junk Shop” is a fusion of guitar grooves, old-skool hip hop, 70s Jamaican sound systems and bursts of Latino brass. Having raided a local junk shop of its discarded treasures they took off to dub master producer Prince Fatty to cut the booty into their wizard word craft. Savour the stories and bounce to the beats. 'Genius' Tom Robinson 6 Music. 'Milk Kan you rule' Steve Lamacq. 'The bastard son of Mike Skinner and Madness' Music Week. 'The spirit of The Specials with the ghost of Ian Dury' IDJ Album of The Week by Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens (self titled debut album). If you missed Milk Kan on the Queen Vic juke box on East Enders or the BBC Introducing Stage at ‘T in the Park’ you can catch one of their viral YouTube hits. “God With An iPod” (their top 10 Indie Chart hit) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5ummA04Zrg The finger pointing Dylan update "Who Broke Susan Boyle?" www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDXmDYlpYrk The “day of the dead vs. Tarrantino” spaghetti-western puppet spoof “Junkshop” www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lu0_3n8ig9g Upcoming Gig Dates Wednesday 1st Brighton, The Hope Thursday 2nd Bristol, Thekla, Friday 3rd London, 12 Bar (with Princy Fatty’s Dub Sound System), Saturday 4th Nottingham, Stealth Tracklisting: 1.Junkshop, 2. Question This, 3. Slingin’ The Slang, 4.Medders Stop Drinkin White Ace, 5. Why should the devil have all the good tunes?, 6. Hotdog State of Mind, 7. Superbad, 8. The view from the top, 9. Lego, 10. The Song The Night Owned.


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