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Record Store Day 2017 @ Mills Record Company

April 22nd we celebrate 10 years of Record Store Day and as you know, we do it big and with heart because you guys have supported us, loved us, taught us and made us better. So this is our day to give back–by offering a huge party of both new and used records, local music, […]

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Record Store Day: Live Music and More

So Record Store Day is only a few days away. I’ve written about some of the amazing exclusive releases you’ll find at Mills Record Company (too many to list; just type “record store day” in the blog’s search bar), but I want to focus on something just as good as limited edition pressings: live music. […]

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A Look In The Local Bin: Record Store Day Edition

Record Store Day is on the horizon, and I have been writing a lot about some of the sick releases that will be found at Mills Record Company on Saturday. That said, the day isn’t just about records. Yes, it’s also about live music, bringing vinylphiles together, shopping local, coffee and donuts, and, most importantly, […]

Bummer / Pinko Split Album Release @ Mills Record Company

High Dive Records presents the record release the Bummer & Pinko (TX) split 12″. Show will begin at 6pm starting with Pinko and follwed by Bummer. Always free, always all ages!

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New Releases 4/7 @ Mills Record Company

A. 18 — Dear Furious (limited edition colored vinyl) A. 18 — Forever After Nothing (limited edition colored vinyl) Adam Torres — I Came To Sing The Song (7″) Allen Ginsberg — Allen Ginsberg Read Kaddish (limited edition of 1700 red vinyl, w/ added liner notes w/ gatefold jacket) Aloe Blacc / Exile — Dystopia […]

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Three Shows at Mills Record Company

Mills Record Company is kicking off April right. April is known as both the home of Record Store Day and National Poetry Month. This month, Mills Record Company is also going to make it the month of the most amazing shows. During the first full weekend, the store will host: Heidi Gluck and The Pony Show, […]

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Live Tonight: Week of April 3rd – April 9th: The King of Timbs

  Monday, April 3rd Archspire with Arkaik, Ahtme, Moonsick, Mercurial at Riot Room 7:30 PM $15 Kyle Dunnigan with John Busch at recordBar 8 PM $15 Tuesday, April 4th Oathbreaker with Jaye Jayle, Khemmis, Existem at Riot Room 8 PM $14 Oathbreaker combines elements of post-rock, black metal and hardcore for a unique take on […]

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New Years Eve Rocking Holy Cow Market

It’s that time of year–best of lists, holiday gifts exchanged, snow. Now, it’s time to usher out the burning tire heap that has been 2016 for 2017 with its fearsome political climate. But there is a reprieve from jumping from frying pan to fire: New Years Eve. This magical night is neither fully last year […]

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Live Tonight: Week of October 24th – October 30th: Spooksville

  Monday, October 24th SSION at recordBar 10 PM $12 Schoolboy Q with Joey Bada$$ at The Midland 8 PM $50 Crushed Out with Bruiser Queen, Drugs & Attcis at Riot Room 8:30 PM $8 The Summer Set with William Beckett, Hudson Thames, Taylor Grey at The Granada 7 PM $20 Tuesday, October 25th Whores […]

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Psychic Heat, Bummer, Drugs & Attics, The Bad Ideas @ The Blind Tiger

Do you have plans tomorrow night? Change them. The Blind Tiger is hosting one of the best line ups of local bands I’ve ever seen. Fresh off recording and pressing a sick 7″ on Replay Records, Psychic Heat will celebrate the release with BUMMER, Drugs & Attics, and The Bad Ideas for a night of […]

Mills “Store-in-Store” ft. Wild Hair, Momma’s Boy, & Bummer

  This night of very diverse music taste is made up from our very own Mills staff! Wild Hair, Momma’s Boy, & Bummer. 7 pm. all ages!

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Lawrence Field Day Fest: Night Two

In any city you go to, the people of that city claim to have the best music scene in the country. So, when I first started going to shows in Lawrence, I was inevitably surrounded by LFK residents saying things like, “You’ll never find a music scene as wonderful as this one.” In one ear […]