MILK Kan are waving ta-da to London and heading to The Watershed in Newport Pagnell this Saturday night, when they will get to peddling their musical wares, which will tickle nearly all fancies – with their ‘junkshop hip-swinging, blues-infused, ska ragga beats’ set to make as many new friends as the venue can squeeze in.
And the Bluegrass-poet types have done pretty well at reeling in new fans on their musical path to date.
Indeed former singles Bling Bling Baby and God with an iPod were exceptionally well-received.
In DJ land, Steve Lamacq, Chris Moyles, and Mark Radcliffe sang praise.
Milk Kan then took to stages supporting artists like The Strokes, The King Blues and Babyshambles.
Now though, they are out and about to plug new opus The Junk Shop.
You can expect some delicious new slabs of sound to jostle for space with the oldies at the live affair.
Support is coming from Corporal Machine and the Bombers, who played the venue last month and return for an acoustic set,and you’ll catch tHE bITTER sUITE opening up.
Tickets are only £3 if you make it indoors on the right side of 10pm.
Since opening its doors a couple of months back The Watershed has been unrelentless in its dedication to bring the cool and the creative to these parts and credit to them, they have done a terrific job of it – as this show will prove.