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New Releases 1/13 @ Mills Record Company

Arum Rae — Loners (limited edition 10″, includes bonus material) Attilio Mineo — Man in Space with Sounds (colored vinyl) Axis — Seraph / The Light (limited edition of 300 opaque pink vinyl) The Band of Heathens — Duende (180 gm on 2xLP w/ gatefold jacket. Includes bonus tracks) Big Thief — Dandelion / Masterpiece […]

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2/19/2016 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Animal Collective — Painting With (comes with slip mat and Domino tote bag) Bobby Bare — The Moon Was Blue (blue vinyl) Brood Ma — Daze Cavern of Anti-Matter — Void beats / Invocation trex (Triple vinyl) Choir of Young Believers — Grasque (colored vinyl) Chuck Johnson — Velvet Arc Count Ossie and The Mystic […]

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12/4/15 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Nat Adderley — Work Song Mike Adams At His Honest Weight — Preparation Age Alex Bleeker and The Freaks — Country Agenda Avicii — Stories The Beatles — 1 BORNS — Dopamine Coldplay — A Head Full of Dreams The Early Motown EPs — S/T 7″ boxset Elvis Costello and the Attractions — Trust Entertainment […]

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Ringo Deathstarr, Faultfinder, and Mysterious Clouds @ The RecordBar

Tomorrow, The RecordBar will host three bands that will blow anyone’s mind. Whether it’s Faultfinder‘s dark punk swirls, or Mysterious Clouds‘ hazy psych waves, or Ringo Deathstarr‘s bubbling dreampop, Wednesday’s show will not be one to miss. Each band seems as though they are simultaneously at the top of their game and in possession of […]

New and Local: Dream Ritual’s Debut EP

Dream Ritual‘s self-titled debut harkens back to a time when guitars were heavy and vocals slurred, when a palm mutes and spacey solos coexisted in the same song, when rock moved from arenas to basements. The six song EP is a mix of stoner-sludge and technically proficient noodling. The band’s sound stays centered around a […]

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Thrones and Dominions: Earth live at recordBar 04/01/14

To the uninitiated, Earth would look like just any other band. A three-piece with a modest set-up, some members with a few tattoos, and introducing themselves to the crowd and politely asking people to not use flash, but encouraging them to record the show. However, Dylan Carlson and company make up one of the most […]

Tweet of the Week 2/25: Rolling Stone

I’ll admit that I was asleep at the wheel on this one, but last week marked the 47th birthday of Kurt Cobain. As a rabid Nirvana fan who carved the name “KURT” into his bedroom wall with a pocket knife upon Kurt’s passing in 1994, something tells me that Kurt would be having none of […]