The Milk will be headlining Hoxton Hall on 25 October in London.
Without an ounce of pretence or artifice, The Milk howls, screams, cries, and yells in voices ragged with pain and a lived life. There is a virtual assembly line of retro soul funk bands with music coming from across the seas inspired by the golden age of ‘60s soul in their sound influenced by Northern Soul but also by such bands as the J.B.’s, The Bar-Kays, The Funk Brothers, Booker T. & The M.G.’s and other classic soul outfits.
There is confidence when The Milk gets dirty and dark, intricately layered compositions with deceptively simple melody lines but, they can be as playful and sunny pop with their sound too. The four-elements band ensures a expertly mixed variety of music palettes that travel the late ‘60s to early ‘70s expanse, but never sacrifices project cohesion and whose use of vintage production techniques serves to add texture and nuance to The Milk’s work.
The intimate Hoxton Hall concert on 25th October will be a chance to listen to The Milk‘s new music from the band’s forthcoming LP, as well as some old favourites.
Age policy: 18+ only
Doors open: 7.30pm