Pixelh8 is doing some very subtle, low-key Busking of his 2007 Chip Tune track “Chocolate Milk” from the album The Boy With the Digital Heart. Watch him lean against a wall, head down while people walk past and pay him no mind. Great tune! And if you can get in, BUSK and get out with no one the wiser then I say it’s a win!
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It’s time to enjoy a refreshing, ice cold glass of milk, dear listener, as we open the carton and pour out chiptune, retrowave and radiophonics. We have a commercial break and there’s also the soundtrack to a highly instructive video about milking a cow.
Mongo Santamaria: Coconut Milk from Mr. Watermelon Man
The Go! Team: Milk Crisis from Proof of Youth (Special Edition)
Pixelh8: Chocolate Milk from The Boy With the Digital Heart
Barry Gray: Farm Brand Milk from Stand By For Adverts
Alan Hawkshaw: The Night Rider (Cadbury’s Milk Tray) from 27 Top T.V. Themes And Commercials
Oooyoo (Korean Milk Song)
Hatsune Miku: Gyuunyuu Nome! (You Should Drink Milk!)
I Kicked A Cloud Once: milk and cookies from BEDROOM // SPACE era
capsule: Milk Tea No Jikan from SF – sound furniture
John Baker: Milky Whey from The Sounds of Monsterism Island
meganeko: Milkshake from boy irl girl url
Sesame Street: Milk Song
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For this week’s Thing of the Week, we can do no better than quote the 5* review of this item on Amazon by PPS076:
We have these along with the full fat version in work in our conference room. They are kept next to the coffee machine and are given to visitors such as auditors, inspectors, interview candidates, lecturers and we also use them ourselves when we run out of milk or if we have meetings, presentations, courses etc held in the conference room.
Each product is presented in a 12ml carton format and has a removable sealed lid. We find them to be easy to open and seem to provide enough milk for each person although the weaker tea or coffee drinkers like to add 2.
While we were putting together our Milk show, we found this wonderful film scored with a meandering milk-based jazz/folk concept piece. This is from the olden days when milk came from healthy cows, so it’s pretty upbeat. It’s got everything: cows, trucks, farm equipment, flutes, hoses, sung by lady who pretty much wrings every human emotion possible out of the word milk… milk….MILK!!!… M I L K ! ! ! Written by multi-instrumentalist Robert Dennis, for PBS in the early 70’s.
BEWARE This film contains a baby.
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