"And so, of course, attracted to elevated surfaces as I am, I proceeded to be completely blown away by the entire experience of Milkman's show. This was a battle I was happy to lose. The man was unstoppable: Luskin mixed the entire show live onstage, dropping fresh samples that appear nowhere on his two recorded albums ("Circle of Fifths" and "Lactose and THC"). The crowd was undeniably feeling the show - it's been a while since I've seen a group of people with so many different tastes in music have such a great time at one concert, and there wasn't a still body in the house. Milkman felt out the crowd and spun sample after sample of exactly what they wanted to hear, dropping both current hits and throwbacks (and I'm pretty sure I heard some TV soundtracks in there, too). The show was unbearable; it was sick. My skepticism got thoroughly rocked."
Avery Spofford - Inside Vandy
"Local San Diegan and DJ phenomenon, Milkman, provided one of the best concerts that the University of San Diego has witnessed in its 50 year history. The throng of students who arrived for his set were moving back and forth with their hands up in the air throughout the entire time. A group of girls were actually able to get up on stage with Milkman in the middle of one of his sets. Although he was penciled in as the opening act for Sean Kingston, Milkman's show was full of energy and excitement, something that Sean Kingston couldn't match with his pedigree."
Associated Students San Diego