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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 […]


Live Tonight: Week of April 11th – April 17th: Happy Record Store Day!

  Monday, April 11th The Wild Feathers with The Shelters, Captiva at Riot Room 8 PM $15 Tuesday, April 12th Father John Misty at Uptown Theater 8 PM $30 Time to get chill. Indie folk master Father John Misty will tantalize all of your senses with his show at the Uptown on Tuesday. Try not […]

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Top Ten Albums of 2015 [Brian Clifton's Picks]

Last week, I counted down my favorite local releases. This week, I’m moving on to my top ten albums of 2015. 10. Art Angels by Grimes. In her latest release, Grimes shows that not only does she have a penchant for making uber-catchy electronica but that she is an extraordinary singer as well. 9. Blood […]

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Father John Misty and King Tuff at the Granada

I’ll admit that I originally bought the ticket for this show strictly for King Tuff—yeah, I knew of Father John Misty, and heard his newest album was expected to be one of the best of the year, but I’d never really given him a full listen. King Tuff, on the other hand, put out one […]


Record Store Day Preview Part 3: The 7″

Record Store Day is inching closer. As I have written (Part 1 and Part 2), Mills Record Company will be hosting an all day vinyl celebration–featuring an all-day-into-the-night concert (with some of the most exciting bands in the area), drawings and give-a-ways, exclusive record releases, and artist booths. April 18th will surely be a great […]


Folkicide and Witch Jail at Mills Record Company

This Saturday at Mills Record Company, Folkicide and Witch Jail will fill the store with their soft-metal and noise-tinted blues. Both bands stay within the liminal spaces of music–never quite committing fully to a single genre (or even a few). And it’s this refusal to be tied to any aesthetic that makes their songs so […]


Father John Misty And The Misadventures of Josh Tillman

“I may act like a lunatic, but if you think I’m fucking crazy, you’re mistaken,” sings Josh Tillman, who goes by the moniker Father John Misty, on his second full-length album, I Love You, Honeybear. The statement, coming off part self-realization and part self-denial, is par for the course in Tillman’s self-absorbed and introspective world. […]


2/10/15 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Blackberry Smoke – Holding all the Roses (Custom-mixed translucent red and black swirled vinyl, deluxe gatefold packaging, include free download, includes poster while supplies last) LP Blacklisted – When People Grow, People Go (Cassette) Blacklisted – When People Grow, People Go (Gatefold packaging) LP Blood, Sweat, & Tears – S/T (gatefold packaging) LP Call of […]


Father John Misty’s Sophomore Album Out Next Week

Father John Misty, who provided the drums to Fleet Foxes until 2012, is no stranger to writing surreal songs that stay centered around the complex feelings of existing in the world. A truly po-mo troubadour, Father John Misty’s narratives often take part in the very structures they poke–sort of a self-deprecation that stays couched in […]