New Releases 5/13 @ Mills Record Company

Adia Victoria — Beyond the Bloodhounds

Arbor Labor Union — I Hear You (loser edition, colored vinyl)

Astronautalis — Cut The Body Loose (red/yellow split color vinyl)

Bart — Holowmew

Bob Brown — The Wall I Built Myself

Bob Brown — Willoughby’s Lament

Brian Fallon  – Painkillers (45 box set, includes booklet)

Brooklyn — OST (limited edition, individually numbered, coloured vinyl, includes booklet)

Celtic Frost — Monotheist (10th anniversary reissue, 180g colored vinyl, gatefold, includes printed artwork and bonus track)

Clair Morgan — New Lions & the Not-Good Night

The Cure — Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (reissue)

Dance Gavin Dance — Tree City Recordings (12 live studio songs, limited edition 2LP on colored vinyl)

Dark Funeral — The Secrets of The Black Arts (20th anniversary 180g vinyl edition, includes extra LP with original album mix, photo insert and poster)

David Bazan — Blanco

David Grubbs — Primrose

Death & Vanilla — Death & Vanilla (limited edition yellow vinyl)

Death & Vanilla — EP (limited edition blue vinyl)

Digitalism — Mirage (comes with slip mat)

Discharge — End of Days (cassette)

Discharge — End of Days (red vinyl, limited to 300)

Djustin — Tryst

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Eagulls — Ullages (limited edition colored vinyl)

Eric Dolphy — Far Cry (reissue of his debut LP)

Getz / Gilberto — Getz / Gilberto

Ghostface Killah — More Fish (reissue)

Gorguts – Pleiades’ Dust (cassette)

Gorguts – Pleiades’ Dust (first pressing on black vinyl, limited to 1,000 copies, includes 2ftx2ft poster)

Hard Working Americans — Rest in Chaos (CD)

Head Wound City — A New Wave of Violence

Ihsahn — Arktis.

Islands — Taste

Islands — Should I Remain Here at Sea?

Jean-Luc Godard — Bandes Originals 1959-1963

Jordan Klassen — Javelin

Junior Boys — Big Black

La Luz — Damp Face EP

Mark Pritchard — Under the Sun (heavyweight 2xLP, includes poster)

Miles Davis — The Complete Prestige 10″ LP Collection (10 10″, bonus 10″ of Lee Konitz and Miles Davis, 16 pg booklet, collectible print of a painting by Davis, features original artwork)

Modern Baseball — Holy Ghost (blue cassette)

Modern Baseball — Holy Ghost (yellow vinyl)

Mother Feather — Mother Feather (olive marbled vinyl, limited to 350 copies)

Natural Child — Bodyswitches

Nikki Hill — Heavy Hearts, Hard Fists

Nothing — Tired of Tomorrow (CD)

Nothing — Tired of Tomorrow (olive green vinyl, limited to 1000 copies)

Oscar — Cut and Paste (limited edition neon pink vinyl)

Pierce the Veil — Misadventures (white vinyl)

Pinkwash — Collective Sigh

Pins — Trouble (10″)

The Smoking Trees — The Archer & The Bull

The Smoking Trees — TST (cassette)

Stelvio Cipriani — Tentacles OST (limited edition transparent vinyl, deluxe gatefold embossed cover)

The Struts — Everybody Wants The Struts

Sylvaine — Wistful (first pressing on double black vinyl, 500 copies worldwide, include bonus track)

Switchfoot — Nothing is Sound (double LP, translucent red vinyl)

Theolonious Monk — Thelonious Himself

Torn Hawk — Union & Return (download comes with exclusive bonus track)

Twin Peaks — Down in Heaven (limited edition, comes with exclusive 7″)

VA — Afterlife (2xLP)

Young Magic — Still Life (limited edition clear vinyl)

The Wallflowers — Bringing Down THe Horse (20th Anniversary Edition, first time on vinyl, 2LP)

Wolf Parade — Apologies to the Queen Mary (deluxe 3-record set, loser edition)

Wynton Kelly — Kelly Blue

Notable Restocks 

Brian Jonestown — Bringing

Brian Jonestown Mas — Take (2xLP)

Brian Jonestown — Thank God

Free Stuff With Purchase (while supplies last)

Arbor Labor Union — I Hear You (stickers)

Digitalism — Mirage Poster

Staff Pick of the Week

Shaun’s Pick: Twin Peaks — Down In Heaven

Twin Peaks is back at it again with their third record, Down In Heaven. These dudes from Chicago return to their roots of early 60′s rock ‘n’ roll. With sounds comparable to early Rolling Stones, this record is a matured new take. Its a little more twang from Twin Peaks than you’re used to, but it is the twang you’ve been missing. For example, my personal favorite, “Holding Roses”, explores a more relaxed vibe with bending guitar strings and soft drums to glide you along.

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