Buzz: Fourteen Twentysix Interview on Live Prog

It’s no secret that Fourteen Twentysix have a brand new album coming out in the near future.  Having heard bits and pieces of it, I can say with certainty that the band has finally come together as a unit, and this album will probably become a defining moment for the project.

Fourteen Twentysix sat down with Live Prog to talk about the upcoming album, as well as their recent live-streamed acoustic set.  Watch the full interview here.

Buzz: John Praw on MadTracks

The Isthmus Daily Page just posted this great review of the John Praw track “Black Fog” with video by Raquel Salazar.  The write-up is part of the Daily Page’s MadTracks series, which features songs and videos by Madison-based musicians.  They had some very nice things to say about both the song and video.

Watch the video and read the whole article here.

Interview: Beatoven Chats With Zofia Walczak

Mine All Mine Records favorite Beatoven recently sat down with Zofia Walczak to chat about his musical history, his upbringing and his excellent new EP on eVive Records.  Make sure to check out the interview at Zofia’s website here.

While you’re at it, check out the new EP, which can be streamed at the top of the interview page above.

Buzz: Fambly Fun!’s A.V. Session

We are extremely proud to share with you this live Fambly Fun! performance.  A while back, the band went into DNA Music Labs in Madison at the behest of The Onion A.V. Club, and this is the result – a ridiculous video of epic proportions and an equally ridiculous interview with the band afterward.

Check out the video here, and give our regards to The Onion A.V. Club.

Buzz: Given Willingly on Critical Masses

Giving Willingly has been a long-time standard here at Mine All Mine Records, so we’re super stoked to see this excellent review of “Confined, Yet We Grow.”  Read the terrifically in-depth review here, on Critical Masses.

While you’re at it, download the album for free here.  Given Willingly also curated our latest compilation – a wide-ranging Mine All Mine Records retrospective – which you can download here.