"I didn't really set out to make a concept album," says producer and emcee Curtis Cross, better known as Black Milk, about his upcoming release No Poison No Paradise. "That wasn't my original plan, but the first four or five records I made felt like they were all telling a story."
Cross, previews some of the songs at Pagoda Lounge as part of the C2SV Music Festival on September 29. The band Nat Turner will join him, offering him the freedom to let his studio tracks breathe a bit more than he could with just a DJ.
Read the full article by Brandon Roos on Metroactive, here.http://activate.metroactive.com/2013/09/black-milk-brings-no-poison-no-paradise-to-san-jose-this-week/