Milgrom | Making Salad

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Making Salad

by Milgrom

Keeping their rough and intuitive approach to song-writing, Milgrom’s new ep is cleaner, sharper and shinier! Making Salad is like a tiny health-food buffet containing 7 polished little snacks, ready for immediate consumption.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Blue Ball the Bard
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2. Boy
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3. Blissful Abyss
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4. Summer
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5. Salad
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6. Hot
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7. Winter
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Keeping their rough and intuitive approach to song-writing, Milgrom’s new ep is cleaner, sharper and shinier!
Making Salad is like a tiny health-food buffet containing 7 polished little snacks, ready for immediate consumption.
Bouncing from rock to non-sense to ballad, Milgrom never loses contact with their experimental-pop souls. With Dolly’s unique voice as the song’s anchor, the drums, guitars and keyboards don’t stay shy and take turns to express their own quirkiness.

The lyrics stretch across the broad spectrum between childish fantasy and harsh human reality. They describe daily life scenarios as well as apocalyptic ones, sprinkled with a fair amount of love stories. The band’s straightforward deliverance of the tunes and lyrics continuously fails to take itself too seriously, and provides a couple of feel-good moments (Guilt free, Co2 neutral).     


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