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Beginning with three Carlsbad friends, Trent, Trevor, and Donni enjoyed a good rock and roll jam session, but lacked a complete band. They stumbled upon Alec, the new kid, who had recently moved in from the east coast. Wailing ridiculous vocals while playing the video game Rock Band, Trent Trevor and Donni recruited Alec to be a part of the jamming. Skeptical at first, the band fumbled through awkward covers of Black Sabboth, Green Day, The Ramones, Nirvana, and Black Flag. Through a couple of house shows where Space Milk was still trying to figure themselves out, they started writing material at a higher caliber than what they had played before. They found themselves playing larger and larger gigs, the fan base grew exponentially, and now, in a haze of struggle, moshing, and crumbling ear drums, they woke up on the legendary Sunset Strip, and are overwhelmed with their future potential. However, their future seemed bleak when left for college, suddenly left with no singer. After what seemed like eternity, and a long grueling audition process, they settled on long-time fan and bad-ass singer/guitarist Shaker (pronounced Shocker). With a full line-up once again, the future is wide open. So come out and see a show. But wear close toed shoes.