MILCK Was Anything But “Quiet” At Identity LA

MILCK live at Identity LA in Grand Park, Los Angeles, CA 5/12/2018. (Photo: Iris Chu | Blurred Culture)

Connie Lim, who writes and records under the name MILCK, has been in the game for more than a decade, but, it was her single “Quiet,” a song she released three days prior to last year’s Women’s March in Washington, D.C., where she had gone viral and has since become an icon for the lost, brokenhearted and displaced.

“I can’t keep quiet / A one-woman riot,” she sings in the anthem.

Angsty and tough, Lim’s music speaks to those who may feel lost, displaced or broken in this world. With captivating lyrics told through looping guitars, heavy drumbeats and driving basslines, her music is incredibly deep and meaningful, with a sound that would find its place among current indie and alternative playlists. (…)

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