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Record Store Day: The 7″

Last week, Record Store Day announced its 10th anniversary list. Full of chart-toppers, hard-rockers, and be-boppers, the list is one of the most diverse of recent years. Something Record Store Day does that no one else does better is exclusive 7″. Whether it’s their mystery 7″ series, their side by side series, their picture discs, […]

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4/29/2016 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Aesop Rock — The Impossible Kid (includes green & pink neon vinyl, custom printed sleeve, die cut jacket, 24-panel fold out poster, full album lyrics) A.J. Cornell & Tim Darcy — Self-titled (cassette) All India Radio — The Slow Light Andrea Day — Cheers to the Fall (2xLP) The Barr Brothers — Alta Falls (colored […]

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Record Store Day Exclusives Part I

I’ve been writing a lot about the bands you’ll see this Record Store Day at Mills Record Company¬†and for good reason. This year over 20 bands will help break in the newer, larger space Mills Record Company will be moving to. But Record Store Day is more than live music. It’s a celebration of all […]

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3/18/2016 New Releases

Aidan Knight — Each Other Batman v Superman : Dawn of Justice — OST (3LP, 90 min of music, liner notes, custom etched LP art) B Boys — No Worry No Mind Bitchin Bajas and Bonnie Prince Billy — Epic Jammers and Fortunate Little Ditties Boris with Merzbow — Gensho Part 2 ¬†(2LP, written to […]

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It’s Time For Fun with GOAT

Coming off their 2014 release, Commune, GOAT wasted no time recording new material. The Swedish band puts on shows that can only be described as big. The stage production, the performance, the music–all of it translates to something larger than life as it blares from whatever PA tries to transmit the frequencies of GOAT’s frequently […]

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Shades of Jade Is That One

There’s something in the water, and whatever it is it’s giving rise to a smooth, neo-soul tinged jazz/R&B renaissance. D’Angelo led the charge nationwide with Black Messiah, and Kendrick Lamar took what was laid down and rearranged it in To Pimp a Butterfly. Likewise, locally, a few bands are picking up on this shift and […]