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Thallium & Milo make music. They do this in real time by selecting what instruments or computers each will play, pressing Record, playing...
Thallium & Milo make music. They do this in real time by selecting what instruments or computers each will play, pressing Record, playing music and then, fifty-three minutes later on average, saying something like, 'Shall we wind up now?', agreeing to do so, winding up the track, and eventually pressing the Stop button. Every Thallium & Milo track is a one-off improvisation.

The core tools of T&M are two laptops sporting Ableton Live, a Zoom multitrack recorder and a domestically converted garage. But T&M don't just play their computers! They also play and record guitars, basses, effects units and pedals, drumkits, melodions, the Bontempi, assorted keyboards and harmonicas, and their voices.
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