David Gluck’s Pop & Milk.
**Catching up on Dec 17**
Back in the early 2000’s I worked at a bookstore in Brooklyn called Booklink. Â It was on 7th Ave, a few blocks away from my apt. Â I was not having much luck finding film work, and needed to do something to make cash. Â I was fortunate enough to get the job even though I knew very little about books. Â While working there, I met a great group of people, one of which was this guy called David Gluck. Â He was a musician living in Brooklyn, and he gave me a few of his (demo?) CD’s. Â I also went to see him play once in a basement in Williamsburg before I knew where Williamsburg was.
I haven’t listened to these since my first listens back at the turn of the century, so I’m importing them into the computer and then getting rid of the CDs. Â The music is low-fi garage punk/jazz/experimental/pop and I can’t really put my finger on what I’d exactly call it.
If anyone knows where I can find David, please let me know. Â I’d love to catch up with him and give him back these CDs.