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New Releases 11/18 @ Mills Record Company

The Bad Plus — It’s Hard (180 gm audiophile vinyl pressing) The Beatles — Live at Hollywood Bowl, from Ron Howard Film “Eight Days A Week” (2xLP w/ gatefold jacket) Bright Eyes — Cassadaga (2xLP w/ gatefold jacket) Bright Eyes — Digital Ash In A Digital Urn (2xLP w/ gatefold jacket, w/ etching on side […]

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Live Tonight: Week of April 13th – April 19th: Record Store Day Edition!

It’s here, it’s here! Christmas in Springtime is here again in the form of Record Store Day! It’s the time to go out and support your local, hardworking record store and pick up some exclusive albums released for the holiday! Here at Mill’s Record Company, we have a huge party ready for everyone on Saturday. […]


Record Store Day Preview Part 4: The Parking Lot

I’ve said it once, I’ve said it twice, and then I said it again, Record Store Day 2015 is not to be missed. Mills Record Company will be celebrating with a lot of the Record Store Day exclusive releases, artist booths, drawings and give-a-ways, and performances from local bands. In the evening, Madisen Ward and […]


Record Store Day Preview: Part 1

April 18th is Record Store Day. The exclusive albums, the performances, and the vibe of the whole day make the cruelest month seem a little less so. For these 24hrs, vinyl-philes come together to acknowledge that while there are as many genres as there are people in the world (and some of them aren’t for […]


Live Tonight: Week of January 26th – February 1st: Superb Owl Edition!

Here it is – the one time everyone looks forward to Sunday: the Superb Owl! (You know…that game that we can’t use the name of without risking being sued.) Better brush up on all your sportsball rules and references and stock up on Beenee Weenees, put some Cold Ones on ice, and root for the […]


The Pitch Music Awards Preview: Hardest Working Act

The Pitch didn’t have to work too hard to find the bands that comprise the Hardest Working Act category of their Music Awards. From First Friday mainstays to bands gigging out all over town, this category showcases acts that would have given James Brown a run for his money. The Grisly Hand unspools its infectious […]