A few days ago, Lehmann B. Smith released his second record for 2012, titled Little Milk. I’m finding it difficult to convey the simple pleasures of these forty individual tracks, most are short with simple vocal and guitar arrangement. It’s perfect listening for kicking back, lounging around the house, even cleaning your room. It’s a honest release, with moments where the tape is still rolling as everyone bursts into spontaneous laughter.
‘Lollipop Man’ is a great example of the records humorous side, “Keeping the kids safe from a car bonnet, you want that traffic to stop, and he’s on it‘. I really suggest you take the time to give this one a listen, so many highlights. What’s ironic is that Little Milk is what I would expect Hard Rubbish to sound like if label mates Lower Plenty‘s premise was to record a more quirkier, happy-go-lucky kind of album.