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5/18/18 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Alkaloid — Liquid Anatomy (First Pressing on Black Double Vinyl / Limited to 350 Copies Worldwide) Atreyu — The Best of Atreyu (Includes a Special Etched Side D) At the Gates — To Drink From the Night Itself (Limited to 300 Copies / Indie Exclusive Gold Vinyl, 8-Page Booklet / 180 Gram) Bombino — Deran […]

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11/17 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Asobi Seksu — Citrus Backtrack — Bad To My World Bitchin’ Bajas — Baja Fresh Black Sabbath — The End (3 x LP, the final show!) Bob Marley — The Legend Live (1 red LP, 1 green LP, 1 yellow LP, 180 gram triple gate fold) Brian Eno — Before and After Science (remastered) Brian […]

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Here It Is: The List! #RSD17

ARTIST — TITLE A.CHAL – Welcome to GAZI Against Me!  - Stabitha Christie Air  - Le Soleil Est Pres de Moi AJJ – Decade of Regression: Live At SideOneDummy Alice in Chains – Get Born All Time Low – MTV Unplugged Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin – Hard Travelin’ – Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin […]

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New Releases 3/24 @ Mills Record Company

Angels & Airwaves — I-Empire (2xLP w/ gatefold jacket on colored vinyl) Angels & Airwaves — We Don’t Need To Whisper (2xLP w/ gatefold jacket on clear vinyl) Animals as Leaders — Animals as Leaders (silver series limited to 500, remastered on 2xLP silver wax) Aphex Twin — Richard D. James (previously back-ordered) Ben Folds […]

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New Releases 6/10 @ Mills Record Company

AIR — Twenty Years (2xLP with gatefold) Allen Toussaint — American Tunes (2xLP 140 gm audiophile vinyl ft. 3 vinyl only bonus tracks) Allen Toussaint — The Bright Mississippi (2xLP gatefold) Band of Horses — Why Are You Ok? Band of Skulls — By Default Bas — Too High To Riot Boys Noize — Mayday […]

Live Tonight: Week Of July 14th – July 20th: Big And Small

The best thing I’ve learned about the Kansas City live music scene since I really started paying attention to it is that there’s as much love shown to the small, mostly local show lineups that there is to the huge shows that come to the arenas and the amphitheaters. It makes for a great mix […]