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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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New Releases 5/19 @ Mills Record Company

Aldous Harding — Party Alex G — Rocket (gatefold) Amon Amarth — The Crusher (180 gm vinyl includes lyric insert and large 2-sided poster) Autopsy — The Tomb Within Basement — Promise Everything (deluxe edition, includes 4 new recorded bonus tracks on colored vinyl) BIB — POP (7″) Biters — The Future Ain’t What It […]

2017

2016, A Year In Review

2017 is finally around the corner, and it will definitely bring a lot of new music to look forward to. We do our best to get as many indie exclusive releases to you as possible, here is a sneak peak of what is coming your way in 2017. The XX — “I See You” 1/13 […]

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Judy Mills’ Top Ten Albums of 2016

Solange: A Seat at the Table – Fierce and important and somehow dreamy. Nick Cave: Skeleton Tree — A document of time about grief and aging from a brilliant and talented mind. Abra: Princess — The Duchess of Darkwave writes songs on her computer then releases them on Periscope. And I’m okay with that. Physic Heat: […]

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Childish Gambino Awakens Funk/Soul vibe in “Awaken, My Love!”

After a whirlwind few years, Donald Glover’s musical alias Childish Gambino (Troy Barnes, 30 Rock writer, stand up comic, the future Lando Calrissian) has released yet another jaw-dropping album. “Awaken, My Love!” is his third studio album (he’s also had a few EPs and mixtapes). Whereas Camp and Because The Internet were somewhat more traditional […]

New Releases in Hip-Hop

The hip-hop section of Mills Record Company is over-flowing this week with classics new and old. Ranging from MF DOOM’s instrumentals to serengeti’s lyric narratives, from Logic’s fast-fire barrages to Iggy Azalea’s hard-posturing pop, these records will leave neither rap acolyte nor hip-hop aficionado unsatisfied. One of the oldest releases just in to Mills Record […]