Milk Kan

BBC Introducing

Live at T in the Park 2009

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Milk Kan began as a duo backin late 2003, when Scrappy Hood and Jimmy Blade picked up their mothers' guitars and busked a mix of Guthrie folk, bluegrass punk and old school hip-hop to spellbound travellers on the capital's trains, tubes, and very-late night buses. Following the release of their bedroom-recorded debut Ep in 2004 they header to the Lower East Side of New York City when more open mic opportunities awaited.

Their debut single, Bling Bling Baby, attracted national radio airplay and support from BBC luminaries Steve Lamacq, Jonathan Ross, Mark Radcliffe and Chris Moyles, catapulting Milk Kan into a string of major league live performances. The underground hit God With An iPod charted at number 10 in the independant charts in December 2008 following huge support from Radio 1's Huw Stephens and a live session at BBC's Maida Vale studios.

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