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Tom Milsom


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Tom Milsom grew up in Surrey, and now lives in a London flat with his lovely housemates. He plays many instruments; among them: drums, piano, ukulele, glockenspiel, melodica and accordion.

Milsom’s latest release is Organs available now on bandcamp and itunes.

Alien Home:
“I’ve taken a path through pop music and via a whole psychedelic kaleidoscope of sounds and at some point I’ll be able to come out of this journey and put together a cohesive musical statement (probably Organs) Alien Home is about the journey I’m undertaking to get there

It starts with music I feel comfortable making, and that I feel like I know how to do, and it ends up in a wilderness”
Before this was release of a series of Explorers EPs for free from bandcamp, based around “exploring” the different ways and means of creating music. Explorers 6 released August 18th, 2011. Tom said this about it prior to release:
“New EP soon. Lyrics will probably be more to your liking. Songs about memory-loss, threatening angels, drug addiction and dreams about faceless babies. It is ALL THERE. Just you wait.”

He released a special-edition run of 50 copies of “Awkward Ballads For The Easily-Pleased” in the run-up to Christmas 2007, and re-released it in January 2008, as well as gigging at small venues in the South-East of England. ‘Awkward Ballads For The Easily-Pleased’ can be purchased from (or digitally at iTunes, amazon, and bandcamp). His official website is the home of some free mp3s and drawings and a T-shirt. Other shirts on his District Lines page.


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