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11/10 New Releases at Mills Record Company

A-ha — MTV Unplugged (two brand new tracks, comes w/ digital download) Angel Olsen — Phases (Limited edition olive green vinyl, download included, ask for poster!) Angel Olsen — Phases (Download included, ask for poster!) Aretha Franklin & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra — A Brand New Me Atli Orvarsson — The Hitman’s Bodyguard Audn — […]

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Angel Olsen’s New Video for “Shut Up Kiss Me”

We all have those days where we just want to break stuff—hurl lamps at bedroom walls, rip open pillows and kick cotton into chaos, maybe burn a bridge or two—moments where the intensity feels devastatingly urgent and insurmountable. Angel Olsen’s new single “Shut Up Kiss Me” from her forthcoming album MY WOMAN, set to be […]

Indie Video Roundup: The War on Drugs, St. Vincent and Angel Olsen

As March winds down and spring begins to officially hopefully take over, we’ve got a collection of videos from a couple heavy hitters in the world of indie rock and a relative newcomer: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Philadelphia’s The War on Drugs just released their third LP on Secretly Canadian earlier this week, and it was preceded by the […]

Robert Moore (of Sonic Spectrum): A Vinyl Q&A

Robert Moore is the host of 96.5 The Buzz’s weekly eclectic program Sonic Spectrum and a true music aficionado. On top of his radio gig, he also hosts music trivia at the Record Bar and has been known to spin some tunes live at several local establishments. Recently, he was kind enough to answer some […]

Angel Olsen’s Latest

  There’s a piece of conventional folk wisdom which posits “smaller scorpions are more dangerous than the large one,” and while the legend has no logical grounding, it’s continued to linger around in our collective conscious. So much so that Indiana Jones doled out the advice. In zoology, it’s akin to colossal elephants cowering in […]

“Hi-Five”-Angel Olsen

Angel Olsen’s 2012 debut Half Way Home arrived as a collection of spindly, haunted folk tunes. “Forgiven/Forgotten”, the first single from the forthcoming Burn Your Fire For No Witness added a great deal of sinew to those ghostly apparitions. Guitars fuzzed and drums bore out their own rudimentary course. And then there was Olsen, continuing to […]