WATCH: “The Shape of Imagination” Short feat. Music by Nude Human

“The Shape of Imagination” is a new short by Anu Jayanth & Raquel Salazar.  The film features characters, props, animation and more from the duo, and focuses on the purity and imagination of children.  “The Shape of Imagination” also features music by Nude Human (John Praw & Pat Reinholz).

You may recognize Raquel Salazar‘s previous work with Mine All Mine, including this excellent interview with Mark Roberts (Stars & Letters) and the official music video for Black Fog by John Praw.

For more by Nude Human, check out the recently-released EP, Is Is Is Not Is Not.

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Watch Us, Today Recording “Long Since Forgotten”

In the beginning of November, we brought you one of our most highly anticipated releases of the year – a split between jazz-rockers Lovely Socialite and Us, Today.  You can stream that split here, or purchase the (very limited run) tape here.  Today, we’re happy to share with you the above video, which shows Us, Today recording “Long Since Forgotten,” which appears on their side of the split.

The recording session, which serves as the band’s official music video, was produced by Dominic Marino with editing by Mac Clenney.  Us, Today was filmed and recorded at Grayscale Cincinnati.

As an added bonus, you can watch the band performing the second piece on their side of the split “Violent Proclivity” in a separate session here.  And here’s a video of Lovely Socialite performing their elementary hit, Brachiosaurus Boogie (For Kids)….

Snag the split tape here.

Buzz: Cribshitter featured on Jalopnik. People don’t get it…

Click here to check out what Jalopnik has to say about Cribshitter’s new video for Mint Car.

While it’s an honor to see it there, and the video is getting thousands of views, the comment sections of Jalopnik and YouTube are where the real fun begins.  People don’t really seem to get what Cribshitter is about.  It’s not surprising, but it’s still interesting.

New Video & Single: Dressed Up

Dressed Up is the new solo side-project of Pushmi-Pullyu’s John Praw. He creates crunchy lo-fi sounds within a digital environment. This single marks the first official release by the project and features a remix by Brain Grimmer (of Lovely Socialite, Brothers Grimm), as well as a B-side titled Nobody But Batman. Watch the official music video below.

Catch the live debut of Dressed Up this Thursday, March 8th at the Dragonfly Lounge!

COMMENT & DOWNLOAD HERE.

Watch: Lovely Socialite at BOOKLESS

Over the weekend, Mine All Mine bands Pushmi-Pullyu and Lovely Socialite Mrs. Thomas W. Phipps participated in BOOKLESS, an art exhibit/event featuring work by over 100 Wisconsin artists.  Check live footage of Lovely Socialite at the Project Lodge stage.  The event pre-sold over 600 tickets, and there were even more people who bought tickets at the door.

Video by Kieran Conor Furey-King.

The Dragonfly Lounge (So Far)

Photo by Roy Dean Miller.

Photo by Roy Dean Miller.

As you may know, we’ve recently begun working closely with Madison’s newest venue, the Dragonfly Lounge.  Located below the beautiful Bellini Italian Restaurant (401 E. Washington), Dragonfly has been a small space for private events since Bellini was converted from a church (built in 1897) into one of Madison’s finest Italian restaurants.  Now, the space serves as an intimate venue, and Mine All Mine has partnered with Dragonfly to fill the space.  So far, our winter series has shown that Madison is more than ready to support a new venue with friendly faces.

Read on below for videos and photos from our launch party (Pioneer, Pushmi-Pullyu, Ugly Brothers and Lovely Socialite), as well as live audio featured on WORT 89.9FM (Cap Alan, Golden Donna and Lovely Socialite).  At the end, grab some info on booking with Mine All Mine at the Dragonfly Lounge, as well as our upcoming shows (see the sidebar to the right). Continue reading

New Release: Fourteen Twentysix – Little Diamonds Single

Little Diamonds is a pop song at heart with an uplifting message. This makes it a surprisingly inviting first step into the realm of Fourteen Twentysix. The single includes an official stop motion music video by UK director Ruth Barrett, underscoring the song’s hopeful overtones.

COMMENT & DOWNLOAD HERE.