The year 2011 was an important one for Mine All Mine Records. Over the course of a year, we have released nearly 60 albums, EPs and singles, we have raised money for multiple non-profits, we have begun booking shows at the DragonFly Lounge, and much more!
To celebrate, we are setting free five releases from 2011 that were previously not available for free download. For the next week, you can download the following five albums and EPs absolutely free! You can still visit the download page to send some money to the artist(s), but for now, this is our gift to you. Continue below for descriptions and download links.
Laska creates dark, scratchy ambient pieces that bring your focus inward. This is Laska’s first release on Mine All Mine Records. Click below to comment and download the album, or purchase a physical copy!
Madison’s indie rock mainstay, Tom Teslik, presents this 4-track EP. Released at a show at the Dragonfly Lounge on December 3rd, 2011, it’s now available for purchase on Mine All Mine Records. This EP consists of two originals and two covers.
After roughly five years and eighty-plus artists (almost all available for free today), Mine All Mine Records is exceedingly proud to set free our 200th release. This set of 28 tracks features many faces from our past as well as artists new to the label, and every track (at the time of release) is new and unreleased elsewhere. Enjoy nearly two hours of new music spanning the entirety of what Mine All Mine Records has to offer.
Sales and donations from this compilation all go toward updating the Mine All Mine Records website in order to offer sorting, recommendations and more. All free options remain available.
“Altar Ego” is the first release by horcrux on Mine All Mine Records. This nearly 20-minute drone moves from hollowed out ambiance to bell-toned noise. Preview above, and pick up your copy of the EP on CD, or grab it digitally.
After their 2007 debut (re-released by us in 2010), Penelope Sulla Luna proudly returns to Mine All Mine Records for the US release of their newest EP, “Enjoy the Little Things”. This time, the band is tighter as a unit than ever before, and they bring loads of electronics into the mix, along with post-rock they’ve honed over the last few years. Available now as digital download or on CD.