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Black Milk Drops More ‘Sunday Outtakes’ For Your Weekend Pleasure

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Black Milk & Live Band Nat Turner put on one of the dopest live shows in music today; they also apparently record in bulk. Earlier today (May 15), Black Milk dropped a second Sunday Outtakes project, two more instrumental sessions for fans to chew on before a proper solo project drops.

Black’s been indulging his instrumental side quite a bit as of late. Starting with the jazzier aspects of older albums like No Poison No Paradise and If There’s A Hell Below, he continued by dropping the first Sunday Outtakes, followed by the Rebellion Sessions instrumental project with Nat Turner a few months ago. The group is heading out on an expansive US/Europe tour this summer

Unwind with the grooves and tour dates below:

6/15/2016 Pittsburgh – Spirit
6/16/2016 Philadelphia – Johnny Brenda’s
6/17/2016 New York Studio – The Studio at Webster Hall
6/18/2016 Burlington – Signal Kitchen
6/19/2016 Buffalo – Iron Works
6/22/2016 Minneapolis – 7th St Entry
6/23/2016 Milwaukee – Cactus Club
6/24/2016 Nashville – Foobar
6/25/2016 Atlanta – Aisle 5
6/27/2016 Asheville – The Mothlight
6/28/2016 Charlotte – Snug Harbor
6/30/2016 DC – Rock & Roll Hotel
7/08/2016 Lansing – Common Ground Festival
7/09/2016 Chicago – Subterranean
7/25/2016 San Diego – Soda Bar
7/26/2016 Santa Ana – Underground
7/27/2016 Las Vegas – Beauty Bar
7/28/2016 San Francisco – Brick & Mortar
7/29/2016 Los Angeles – The Echoplex
7/30/2016 Fresno – Summer Sweat Festival
7/31/2016 Sacramento – Harlow’s
8/01/2016 Portland – Doug Fir
8/02/2016 Boise – Neurolux
8/03/2016 Denver – The Other Side
8/04/2016 Albuquerque – Sister Bar
8/06/2016 Phoneix – Monarch Theatre

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