Spilt Milk 07-12-18 (Live @ Moshpit)

Spilt Milk –  more than a glass half full!

Gig date: 12th July 2018

Venue: Moshpit, Erskineville, Sydney, Australia

Country of origin: Sydney, Australia

Members: Sam, Charlie, Dylan, Jack and Dylan

Support or headline: Support act for Atlas and the Attic

Good crowd/bad crowd: Crowd was pretty solid, seemed like they were having fun, which is what you want.

Number of times seen band: 1

Crowd participation: For this band, there seemed to be a lot of people going to get a drink from the bar, and in no means am I saying that the band was bad, the opposite, I’m saying it because the crowd wanted to get drunk and get rowdy. Which is what you want in the old ‘atmosphere building’ department and Spilt Milk delivered across the board.

Genre: Indie Psych rock/pop

Rating: 8/10 guitars

My review:

  • Killer tracks
  • Unbelievable voices
  • I loved how Dylan Laver was havin’ a little boogie while shredding on the guitar
  • Loved the whole set boys!

Set List:

  1. The Fall
  2. Please
  3. Would You Kindly
  4. Letter To Georgia
  5. Everything
  6. Meandering Dreamer

A fusion of alternative rock and a very explosive psychedelic tone, Spilt Milk is a Sydney based 5-piece you don’t want to miss out on. At a live show, Spilt Milk doesn’t just want to make you move with their high ranged vocals, synth-driven jams, they also want to make you feel something.

The band is made up of songwriter and singer/guitarist Charlie Sics and produced by drummer/mix engineer Sam Myers, and are joined by guitarist/keyboardist Dylan Laver, keyboardist Jack North and bassist Dylan Wallace.  A great band with plenty of energy.

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