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.  It was on 7th Ave, a few blocks away from my apt.  I was not having much luck finding film work, and needed to do something to make cash.  I was fortunate enough to get the job even though I knew very little about books.  While working there, I met a great group of people, one of which was this guy called David Gluck.  He was a musician living in Brooklyn, and he gave me a few of his (demo?) CD’s.  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.  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.  I’d love to catch up with him and give him back these CDs.