Inside Mills Record Company

Stuff that we stock at Mills Record Company’s retail store.


1/15/2016 New Releases at Mills Record Company

All Them Witches — Lightning at The Door (limited edition, includes bonus 7″) Anthrax — Playing Cards (with download card) Baby Metal — BABYMETAL Beastmaker — You Must Sin 7″ Blue Man Group — Giacometti Cibo Matto — Viva! La Woman Cold Fronts – Forever Whateverw Daughter — Not To Disappear (180g Virgin Vinyl) Devo — […]


1/8/2016 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Alberta Cross — Alberta Cross The All-American Rejects — The All-American Rejects (limited edition splatter vinyl) The Amazing Spider-Man — OST Art Pepper — Smack Up Beat Connection — Product 3 (transparent blue vinyl) Bjork — Vulnicura Strings (acoustic versions of Vulnicura) Bjork — Stonemilker [patten rework] (limited edition translucent, single sided 12″, etched) Bjork […]


Madlib, Med, and Blu Make Bad Neighbors

There are few pleasures as pleasing as listening to classic hip-hop unfurl straight from the wax. While not a classic (yet), Bad Neighbor, a collaboration between hip hop legends Madlib, Med, and Blu, has all the makings of must-have album for hip-hop fans. The record itself relies less on strict and measured arrangements and more […]


The Fog, Youth Pool, and Friends @ Mills Record Company

Tomorrow, Shuttlecock Magazine and Mills Record Company will host the concert to start 2016. Ranging from basement punk to rap, from shoegaze to guitar pop, this in store will definitely warm up this cold January. Killakee Kat makes some unforgiving punk. Sounding like a grimy version of The Locusts mixed with a quicker Menace Beach, […]


A Look in The Local Bin: Expo ’70

Originally started by Steven Ervay, A Look in The Local Bin does exactly what you’d think: looks at the cool local records in Mills Record Company. Last time I combed through the local section, I looked at some heavier punk and radio friendly rock. This time I’m looking at Expo ’70‘s latest LP Kinetic Tones. Expo […]


Stuff a Stocking with a 7″

There are only three days left until Christmas, and if you still have a name on your gift list, you might be getting a little nervous. Not to worry, 7″ are the perfect stocking stuffer–and you can mix and match if you’re unsure what music your hard-to-shop-for loved ones listen to. And if none of the below […]


Son Little’s Self-Titled is a Brilliant Collage

Son Little‘s self-titled debut mixes country twang, Drake-like pop-hop, and lush indie musical arrangements to create an album that is full of smokey grooves. Aaron Livingston (the man behind Son Little) says he makes “American music“–and the way his album blends blues, soul, and revivalist new wave acts to make a sonic collage, an homage […]


Baroness’ Purple Burns Like Milk and Gasoline

Not even catastrophe could stop Baroness‘ rock. A traumatic bus crash in 2012 saw the departure of two founding members and facilitated the band’s frontman, John Baizley, to reevaluate life. While almost four years ago, the crash looms just under the surface of the band’s latest album, Purple,–the first since the accident. Purple stays consistent with the band’s […]


12/18/2015 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Baroness — Purple (limited double gatefold, 180g purple vinyl) free limited cassettes with purchase are on the way Rayland Baxter — Feather & Fishhook The Black Crowes — The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion The Black Crowes — amorica The Black Crowes — Shake Your Money Maker Cage the Elephant — Tell Me I’m Pretty […]


Cult Leader’s Lightless Walk Is Unrelenting

Salt Lake City’s Cult Leader mixes doom and progressive metal into their debut, Lightless Walk. The album, which constantly vacillates between sludgy riffs and pummeling blast beats, plays like a lesson in how to turn a feeling into something different. Moving from short but heavy punk tracks to fuzzed over atmospheric tones, Cult Leader gets […]


Soundtrack City

Soundtracks can make or break a movie. For me, part of the joy of rewatching a film is listening to its soundtrack. It’s nothing short of magical when the soundtrack deepens and broadens a scene. Last week, Mills Record Company received a few great soundtracks: Sicario, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Kill Bill Vol. 2, and […]


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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