Back in the old days, with the old boys and the old blues they'd be set round the yard playing and drinkin moonshine whisky. These were days before cola and the sodas we see everywhere now so they'd soften that heady liquor with some milk and maybe a little honey... The milk of life mixed with a man made spirit. That's how we feel about Whilk & Misky. It's the coming together of organic instrumentalism with electronic minimalism. A parallel with the world we're living in today.
2020 is the first vinyl pressing from independent record label Fox Lane Music's limited collectors series. After teaming up with the weird and wonderful visionary Philip Mueller, a contemporary Viennese artist at the forefront of his scene, he has created a portrait of the band for the Vinyl cover artwork.
This is a special and limited release indeed and something tangible to treasure, available to purchase here.
In these mad times where normality has been replaced, restrictions imposed and fear in the air any relief is welcome, and music is perhaps the most powerful tonic for the soul's ailments. So it's with great pleasure that Whilk and Misky release their latest upbeat jaunt of hedonistic vibes from their 'Life Disappears' EP.
The Blood Moon EP is a journey of spirituality. The songs range from the upbeat electronic accousticness of 'Where Stars Die' and 'Child of the Moon', to the more grooving and down tempo vibes of 'Smoke' and 'Lovemares'. Exploring themes of connecting to nature and anger at the human ignorance of it, Whilk and Misky touch on something that's seemingly on everyone's current agenda.