Interview w/ Mr. MiLK

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Mr. MiLK. born and raised in sin city Las Vegas, Nevada USA. He began his music career playing the stand up double bass in the school orchestra at age 12. Now He makes music using Ableton with a PUSH 2 midi controller and FL Studio as well as playing acoustic and electric Guitar, Bass, Cello, Drums, Keyboards, and Synthesizers. His influences would look like a mixed playlist of Primus, Cypress Hill, Tool, Snoop Dogg, and Nine Inch Nails.


Interview by Tim Brown

When and why did you start playing? 12 years old. upright double bass school orchestra. i come from a big family of artist and musicians.
Which famous musicians do you admire? Why? Primus, Rage Against The Machine, Snoop Dogg, Tool, Nine inch Nails, Cyprus Hill. i like their music why? id like to hope its because i have good taste in music.
Were you influenced by old records & tapes? Which ones? Lame question im 16 records cd and taps are out dated. im not some vinyl elitist hipster.
Who are your favorite musicians? Groups? CD’s? LAME same as #2
Do you perform in public? Describe those occasions? Concerts, radio, TV. been in quite a few school concerts over a few years for class.
Why did you choose to play this kind of music? i play and compose all over the place so i dont get your question
Let’s Talk about your music and your last work… Well my last album Avocado Vomit is a collection of songs i made over 2020 covid19 lockdown. My uncle used his first stimulus check to buy me a computer with Ableton and a Push 2.
How do you feel about the internet in the music business? dumb question. im literally paying you over the internet to post an interview over the internet.
What are the plans for the future? next year i’ll be a jr. and ive sighed up for school and am taking advanced cello and jazz band.
How has your music evolved since you first began playing music? i hope ive gotten better at it? my uncle forces me to watch youtube tutorials on the regular. and im playing more instruments now.
Could you briefly describe the music-making process? Same as any musician really. i play around with a bass till i have a funky bassline and record it. then make a chord progression with the keyboard. Add guitar, cello, a phat drum beat, some effects, weird sounds and some synthesizer.

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