Beat Milk Jugs | 10 Years Of Hangovers

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10 Years Of Hangovers

by Beat Milk Jugs

A mysterious woman’s voice murmurs in Russian. Hypnotic rhythms gently pulse, swathed in sumptuous keyboard sweeps. This is the sound of open spaces, of trains speeding through desolate snow peaked mountains. New Order melding into Pink Floyd on the Trans
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1. Dvina
7:35 album only
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2. Not My Day
4:55 album only
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3. Gipsy Romance
4:56 album only
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4. 7th Street
4:50 album only
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5. In/Out (Feat Robot Plant)
5:03 album only
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6. Welcome To Heaven
5:59 album only
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7. She Likes Black
5:06 album only
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8. The Wedding
4:45 album only
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9. My Burrow
5:01 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nine tracks of haunting electronica laden with pop sensibilities.

A mysterious woman’s voice murmurs in Russian. Hypnotic rhythms gently pulse, swathed in sumptuous keyboard sweeps. This is the sound of open spaces, of trains speeding through desolate snow peaked mountains. New Order melding into Pink Floyd on the Trans Siberian Express

An enigmatic collective with all the members in their early 20’s, Beat Milk Jugs originally hail from the Latvian city of Daugavpils, but have recently relocated to the UK where they currently reside, splitting their time between London and Liverpool, although it is more the soundscapes of Manchester which influences their music and vocal style.

In the period since their inception Beat Milk Jugs have appeared in Future Music’s monthly Top 10 Reader Demos five times, twice being in poll position, once with the now much sought after ‘Caxap’ track. In 2009 they signed to TV Records, beginning work on their debut album.

With a strong visual side, the band, whose live shows are augmented by evocative films and images which add a whole new dimension to their sound, have recently played New York, London, Liverpool and Manchester. Beat Milk Jugs are currently working on their live performance for dates to support the album’s release.


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