From the band that brought you “Vic”, and “so what?” comes Milk Mountain by 36?
36?’s Milk Mountain is magic and destiny and confusion and horror and fun and sad and while it may be all of those things it’s also unlike anything else. Most of that you can hear for yourself, but I’m quite partial to the destiny part.
Many years ago during a round of armchair A&R, aka, browsing through Bandcamp related artists we came across 36’s Where Do We Go From Here and Reprise albums. What becomes quickly apparent from those releases is that 36? is not your regular band, as they were basically the same albums with 2 complete different versions of the same songs. Later that summer the band would pass through Vancouver for a gig and we’d all chat about maybe doing something. It took a few more years than anyone would have imagined after that first meeting, but it took one post Sled Island listen of Milk Mountain for everyone at FU:M to get excited about this magic record.
Perhaps the best thing we can say about it, if you’ve read this far and haven’t slammed that buy button yet, is that as some of the people on this earth who have listened to Milk Mountain the most, we’re still shocked at how we keep finding a new favourite song. It was definitely “Pretending You’re Alright” at first, but in the colder days of winter “Jealous” snuck it’s way in, “I Think My Dog Know’s I’m High” seemed like the windows down song of the Summer, but as today it is firmly “but I don’t know myself (suddenly)” that says it’s the one.
Every album comes packed with a digital download code so you can add it to your Bandcamp library. All orders will ship within 5 days of ordering. Shipping rates available at checkout. Typically about a week to arrive within North America, 3-4 weeks Internationally.
- Changing Channels
- Pretending You’re Alright
- I think my dog knows I’m high
- …but I don’t know myself (suddenly)
- sell u love/rip u off
- Carousel V4.2
Download contains some bonus tracks for you 😘