Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Ball Park Music, Parquet Courts , Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever


band members

Lewis Nitschinsk (Vocals, Guitar, Songwriting) Dylan Lindquist (Guitar, Production) Nathan Asquith (Bass) Joel Berechree (Guitar)


Influences

Car Seat Headrest, Pavement, Julia Jacklin


Unearthed artists we like

clawmachine, Tiarne, DVNA, FRITZ, Sweater Curse


Bio

It’s been a successful and busy year for Pure Milk. After a buzzing reception for their recent single M1 Southbound, which received plays on Triple j, FBI radio, 4ZZZ, as well as rotation on Triple J Unearthed; they are back with a new song, I Know (Thank You).

For a band that's only been around for a year, Pure Milk has been gaining quite the reputation in the Brisbane scene, supporting some of the city's finest including Bugs, Sweater Curse and Port Royal.

“The lyrics, the band name, the do it yourself-ness there’s quite a few ticks stacking up for this debut”
– Declan Byrne, Triple J

Pure Milk is the moniker of 22 year old, Gold Coast native Lewis Nitschinsk. Moving away from his garage rock roots for a moment, Lewis has placed poignant lyrical wordplay at the centre of his songwriting.

With the help of producer Dylan Lindquist (clawmachine, Tiarne), and mastered by the wonderful Paul Blakey (IVEY, Amy Shark), I Know (Thank You) combines the lush melodies of Ball Park Music, with the witty, emotionally fuelled lyricism of Car Seat Headrest to form this indierock gem.

I Know (Thank You) manages to move effortlessly through complex, yet relatable topics such as mental health, entering your 20’s, and making sure you’re always there for your friends.

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Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

11 Feb 2019

Triple J
35

Really appreciating the warmth and sincerity that Pure Milk have put into this homey indie charmer.

Really appreciating the warmth and sincerity that Pure Milk have put into this homey indie charmer.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Feb 2019

Triple J
35

it's rough around the edges but has a real charm to it.

it's rough around the edges but has a real charm to it.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

06 Feb 2019

Triple J
35

Seeing a bit a softer side to Pure Milk here. Full of heartfelt moments. An eye opening reminder into mental illness and looking after yourself!

Seeing a bit a softer side to Pure Milk here. Full of heartfelt moments. An eye opening reminder into mental illness and looking after yourself!