Friday, November 4, 2016
BRETTS MILK - DADDY'S BREATH
As you can imagine, the music that gets aired at the United Mutations Headquarters is quite different from what one can hear on his or her local or national radio station.
"Daddy's Breath", the first release by Bretts Milk, is no exception.
With the help of Ostrich Von Nipple and special guests Hamface and Nolan Cook (on 'Milky Nipps' !), Bretts Milk has produced a very impressive album. The Residents' influence is obvious but not overwhelming. This is good, and funny too.
I have listened to "Daddy's Breath' numerous times the last couple of days and I keep discovering new things all the time.
Browsing the net for me info, I found this excellent review on LastRewind :
It includes some samples as well, so be sure to check it out.
"Daddy's Breath" is an excellent album. You need to hear it.
The album has been released in a limited edition of 200 copies, so don't wait too long.
It's out on Psychofon Records :
This is music from the other side of the fence and that's fine with me, as I dwell on that other side most of the time.