TONIGHT @ the Dragonfly Lounge: Midwest Death Rattle, Myles Coyne, Lion’s Mouth, Londress Grand

Midwest Death Rattle Poster

Saturday, November 2nd @ 9:00PM
The Dragonfly Lounge // $5 Cover // 21+

Myles Coyne (MILWAUKEE)
Lion’s Mouth (MADISON)
Midwest Death Rattle (MILWAUKEE)
Londres Grand (MADISON)

Mine All Mine is keeping busy in the month of November.  We have some exciting releases coming up, including the long-awaited split cassette between Us, Today and Lovely Socialite Mrs. Thomas W. Phipps.  On top of that, we have a string of shows featuring some of our favorite Wisconsin artists.

To kick the month off, we’ve got Milwaukee natives Midwest Death Rattle and Myles Coyne visiting the Dragonfly Lounge.  From Madison, we’ve got Londres Grand and Lion’s Mouth (some new favorites of ours).  The night will be a solid mix of folk and rock, so come on down to support our touring friends!

Check out the Facebook event here.


* Poster by Midwest Death Rattle.


Yes! Mine All Mine Records (with the help of Murfie, the friendly music store) is hosting a music festival. Holy cow.

Lost City Music Festival

We can’t hide it anymore!

Over 160 bands have been invited, and of those, we’re whittling the list down to ~40 bands to perform from July 5th to July 8th in nine epic showcases!  The process isn’t easy, that’s for sure.  The caliber of bands interested in playing our little festival was beyond our wildest dreams, and we are grateful to be in this position.  Of the bands invited, over 75 confirmed availability for the festival.  It’s interesting to see that we would need literally 20 shows to contain all the awesome bands that want to play!

After a few short months of planning and networking, it’s clear that the Lost City Music Festival fills a definite cultural void in the area.  There just isn’t anything like it in Madison anymore, so we’re bringing it back!  Check back soon for confirmed venues and bands.

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Interview: Shenandoah Davis

Shenandoah Davis is a singer and pianist from Seattle who creates beautiful compositions with classical sentiment.  Her work is often compared to the likes of Owen Pallett and Joanna Newsom.  This week, Mine All Mine’s Corey Murphy had the opportunity to speak with her in anticipation of her upcoming stop in Madison.  Catch Shenandoah Davis this Thursday, April 12th at the Dragonfly Lounge with Ian Cooke, Ida Jo, and Myles Coyne & the Rusty Nickel BandRead on below for the full interview. Continue reading

News: Mine All Mine Artists Live On WYOU

Each year, WYOU holds a very special holiday-time fundraiser.  This year, Mine All Mine Records is lucky to be a part of it.  Two of our artists will be playing sets live in the WYOU studios.

You can tune in to WYOU’s Ustream channel to watch the LIVE filming of Pushmi-Pullyu and Fambly Fun!’s segments, which will later be aired on the network throughout the week.  We’ll post links to the archived live sets here when they become available.

Pushmi-Pullyu :: Tuesday, December 7th – 4:45 PM to 5:10 PM
Fambly Fun! :: Sunday, December 12th – 4:45 PM to 5:10 PM

WYOU has been gracious enough to provide some of our artists with this great opportunity.  To learn more about WYOU (and learn about how you can help), check out their website here.

UPDATE: Fixed the streaming link to WYOU’s Ustream channel.

New Release – 25 May 2010

Today’s new release is an experimental ep comprised of a single flowing twelve-minute track by The Cryogenic Strawberries.  It is certainly hard to pin down, but the track moves from ambient to folk/freak-folk, from psychedelic to downright creepy – it’s all here. In recent weeks, we’ve given you a lot of more accessible sounds here, so it’s a bit of a relief to show the more experimental side of mam!records.  We hope to continue bringing you unique sounds and new projects.


New Releases – 18 May 2010

Today we bring you two wonderful new releases for your listening pleasure.  The first is Amy Hiller’s wonderful debut, The Made Up EP.  She takes sounds from various sources and creates a collage of laid-back experimental trip-hop sounds.  The second is Jamie Yanda’s brilliant single, What Is Worship.  Listen to the powerfully emotive track off his debut solo EP, as well as two exclusive B-sides.