Moonmilk are Lia Tsamoglou and Kell Derrig-Hall from Sydney, Australia.
The duo are texture experimentalists treading warm and unsettling tones, rippled by obscured external sounds that float indeterminably beneath and above the mix. There’s an assuring quality to Moonmilk’s clammy and tactile approach, though invariably their initially welcoming explorations grow volatile the deeper they probe. In this case, initially distant, caustic high-frequency surrounds subsume neutral mechanical strains, until each distinct element is pressed into a homogeneous, cathartic heap.
|1||The World Creaks (excerpt)||
|3||The Winter Sun Has Teeth||
|6||The World Creaks||
|7||My Mother In Colours||
|10||the cat plays chess||
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