Album Review: Milk Maid - 'Yucca'
Marrying lo-fi brilliance and buoyant skuzz
But if that sounds like a slight against this album, then you’ve got us all wrong. Full of distortion-drenched vocals and slacker guitar lines, [b]‘Yucca’[/b] is a brilliantly messy thing. Sitting between the lo-fi haze of Woods and the buoyant bounce of [a]Black Lips[/a], [a]Milk Maid[/a] do scuzzy rackets ([b]‘Such Fun’[/b]), ’60s sweetness ([b]‘Dead Wrong’[/b]) and reverb-ridden downers ([b]‘Back Of Your Knees’[/b]) with equal aplomb.
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