Bretts Milk – Daddy’s Breath


Bretts Milk's debut release, in a full-color digipak. Features Ostrich von Nipple, Nolan Cook and Hamface. 12 gloriously bizarre tracks.

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Bretts Milk is a musical mad scientist, bringing together disparate elements to create monster masterpieces.

His latest concoction “Daddy’s Breath” is a perfect example of how his eclectic tastes manifest into records that singe and satisfy the discriminating listener. Bretts Milk has worked within myriad music genres for over 20 years, from electronic down-beat to experimental noise to glam rock, and has crossed paths with the likes of Mark Mothersbaugh (Devo), Adrian Belew (King Crimson, Talking Heads, Frank Zappa) and Claude Coleman Jr. (Ween).

Bretts Milk’s latest work on Psychofon Records “Daddy’s Breath” is his pride and joy.Features none other than Ostrich Von Nipple. Mix in some guitar work by the brilliant Nolan Cook and you have a recipe for a sonic sound-scape that will grab your attention and leave you wanting more. Twelve mind-bending tracks await you, ready to take you on a journey through the twisted mind of Bretts Milk. Armed with a original Moog Voyager synth, Mr. Milk delves deep into the realms of heavy trance-inducing psychedelics and subjects guaranteed to disturb. With Ostrich von Nipple heavily contributing to most tracks, fans of his work are sure to also dig the scent of Daddy’s Breath. Besides, this is probably your only opportunity to hear Ostrich sing a refrain from a ‘Wham!’ hit. If you are okay with missing that, them I don’t know what to tell you.

01 – I Saw Them Back in ’84
02 – Heartworm Pretzel
03 – Auditory Hallucinations
04 – Curse the Drops
05 – Jumper
06 – Milky Nipps
07 – Pants Leg Jean Jacket
08 – Chowder Mouth
09 – Hummingbird Hunt
10 – Mushroom Tea for Two
11 – Cracklins
12 – Suey Chop Suzy

Curse the Drops – Brett's Milk from Milo Chaffin on Vimeo.

Check out the music video for “Chowder Mouth”, the 8th track off of Daddy’s Breath.

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Weight 50 g
Dimensions 12.5 × 14 × 1 cm