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There are 4 artists Called Milkman:

1) Stage alias of electronic producer and performer Gregg Luskin.
2) A Dutch punk/hardcore band
3) Mexican producer based in monterrey (she’s a tease member)
4) Grindcore band from Weymouth, MA

1) Milkman - Electronic Producer
Milkman is the stage alias of Electronic & Dance music producer Gregg Luskin from San Diego, CA. Milkman began his career as a mashup producer/DJ in 2007, and quickly became one of the leading names in the mashup genre. From 2008 - 2011, Milkman toured the country extensively while simultaneously pursuing a degree in Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara. After releasing three widely successful mashup albums throughout his college years (downloads reaching the millions) and playing countless mashup shows, Milkman released his first original dance track, “Breaking Free”, which debuted in iTunes Top 25 for Dance. He followed up the success of “Breaking Free” with a four-song Electronic/Dance EP, “Fragments”, which itself debuted at #2 on the iTunes electronic chart. He has performed alongside artists such as Dada Life, Diplo/Major Lazer, LA Riots, Crystal Castles, Kid Cudi, Lupe Fiasco, Lil’ John and many more.

He now currently tours with an elaborate laser light show that, using a unique combination of programming & controllerism (developed by Milkman), allows him to control both the sound and the lights simultaneously- resulting in an unparalleled light show that creatively and uniquely mimics the music being played and the actions of his controllerism.


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  • CheeseMonolith

    If anyone is interested in finding new e-grind this is a good place to start:,+Grindcore,+E-Grind.

    23 Mar 2014 Reply
  • CheeseMonolith

    Whole Milk grinds like no other. Long live Milkman grind.

    23 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Electric_TripM


    18 Mar 2014 Reply
  • sethj09

    8 Jul 2013 Reply
  • noisefiend

    lol @ the angry straightedger

    18 Aug 2012 Reply
  • CheeseMonolith

    Those demos are currently out of print and can only be found on Grindcore Karaoke

    3 Aug 2012 Reply
  • CheeseMonolith

    Here is the link for Milkman's Whole Milk comp; a combination of the Low-fat 1% and Low-fat 2% demos originally recorded in 1997-98:

    3 Aug 2012 Reply
  • CheeseMonolith

    Why get mad at other successful bands who happen to be named the same? chill the frakk out and listen to music.

    3 Aug 2012 Reply
  • CheeseMonolith

    @noisefiend have to click on 'read full bio' to see the grindcore band's information. grind til death.

    3 Aug 2012 Reply
  • XrandhypeyeX


    1 Aug 2012 Reply
  • noisefiend

    where's the e-grind band?

    27 Jan 2012 Reply
  • IseeSoundz

    enjoy mashup? Try this new artist out! MR MegalomANiac is a mashup artist out of the infamous Pittsburgh,PA(home of Girl Talk) who has just released his first ablum "EarGasm" his style is more heavily influenced with electronic/experimental music so its a change of pace from the usual "mainstream mashup" out there. Give it a listen and see what you think?

    21 Aug 2011 Reply
  • beefdurk

    What's up with all these pictures of the Dutch hardcore band? I get they're a band too, but the mashup Milkman has virtually all of the plays.

    20 Aug 2011 Reply
  • Furik

    Milkman and Girl Talk were completely different until Night Ripper came around, now I can see why people compare the two. Girl Talk is gold of course but lately i've been listening to Milkman a whole lot more - especially after Algorithms.

    25 Jul 2011 Reply
  • grizto

    I agree with Wenis, comparing sucks. Just enjoy his flashes of brilliance like the Aha mash up in "Here we go again" or Shania Twain in Circle of Fifth

    11 Jul 2011 Reply
  • CptWenis

    Pretty cool. Except I don't know why so many people feel like they need to make comments like "way better than girl talk" or "makes girl talk look like crap". Especially since Girl Talk came first and the influence on Milkman is REALLY obvious if you're familiar with both. Milkman uses many of the same gimmicks and samples that Girl Talk does. Why can't people just appreciate both?

    29 May 2011 Reply
  • colin1a

    wayyyy better than girl talk

    19 Apr 2011 Reply
  • istuffzz

    damn, just realized his new album is really good

    10 Apr 2011 Reply
  • OrganicSoundbal

    Underrated as balls

    12 Mar 2011 Reply

    better than girl talk.

    7 Feb 2011 Reply
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