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2/16/2018 New Releases at Mills Record Company

2PAC — Strictly 4 My Niggaz (25th Anniversary Edition) Agrimonia — Awaken American Nightmare — S/T (Limited Edition First Press / Digital Download Included) Belle & Sebastian — How To Solve Our Human Problems (Limited Edition Boxset containing all 3 LPs of the series) Belle & Sebastian — How To Solve Our Human Problems PT. […]


New Releases 8/5 @ Mills Record Company

Agalloch — Ashes Against the Grain (2xLP w/ gatefold) Agalloch — The Mantle (2xLP w/ gatefold) Agalloch — Pale Folklore (2xLP w/ gatefold) Avers — Omega / Whatever The Avett Brothers — True Sadness (2xLP, gatefold) Black Sabbath — Black Sabbath (limited edition 180 gm red vinyl w/ 2012 remastered audio) Black Sabbath — Master […]


4/15/2016 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Alan Sorrenti — Aria (limited edition translucent green LP) Alex Dezen — California / Iowa (7″) Aries — Adieu or Die Ashley Shadow — Ashley Shadow Audacity — Hyper Vessels (comes with poster) Augustus Pablo — Original Rockers Aurora — All My Demons Greeting Me Like A Friend avoid!avoid — Particle and Wave Back to […]


Heron Oblivion’s Spooky Debut

Rarely does such beauty and psychedelia come together so naturally as it does in Heron Oblivion‘s self-titled debut. The band’s facebook describes their sound as funeral folk, and it is precisely that. With Meg Baird’s folky and otherworldly vocals and Ethan Miller’s and Noel Von Harmonson’s fuzzed over psychelic guitar riffs, Heron Oblivion’s talents are as […]

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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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Windhand’s Grief’s Infernal Flower Blooms

In many ways, Windhand‘s latest, Grief’s Infernal Flower, is more of the same–sludgy and droning guitars layered over crash-heavy percussion, unearthly vocals stitching through each track, floor shaking bass tones, and long-winding song structures. In other words, Grief’s Infernal Flower rocks. It’s the perfect album to put on and drop out to. Each song blends […]