2013 album from the singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Over the years, Martin Dosh has graciously given over rich compositions like 'First Impossible' (which became Andrew Bird's 'Not a Robot But a Ghost') to collaboration, but with Milk Money, Dosh decided to let his arrangements stand on their own. Blending elements of Hip-Hop, Jazz drumming, vocal samples and electronic production, he builds a variety of warm sound-scapes. His mixes of piano, percussion, vocals and more are broad, room-filling compositions, created by running the elements of each track through guitar amplifiers simultaneously, creating a 're-amp' effect that allows each song to breathe. Milk Money is the recording of a vital mind alive with the possibility of what it can create. It brims with a warmth that can't be digitized. It's the satisfying, immediate thwack of drumstick again drumhead, the visceral pleasure of a grown-up boy at play inside a musical fort.