In addition to all the great bands playing this year’s Lost City Music Festival, Mine All Mine is excited to finally add comedy into the mix! We’re huge comedy fans over here, so this new addition to the Festival is no surprise.
Catch some of the best in Madison’s comedy scene, including Dan Potacke, Chris Lay, Sarah Connor, Nate Bjork and Stacey Kulow, as well as a surprise set by hip-hop absurdists Fambly Fun!.
Comedy Night at the Lost City Music Festival 2013 starts at 7:00 PM sharp on Friday, August 9th at Bright Red Studios. As with all shows in this year’s Festival, tickets are $7. Your $12 full pass wristband will get you in, too, so pick one up here if you haven’t yet!
Madison’s only absurdist rock super-group Cribshitter (self-proclaimed as “one of America’s most talented and versatile musician/entertainers”) dig out their own niche with equal doses of musical proficiency, bizarre concepts and potty humor. The band is consistently genre-defying, and their dedication to the goof is unwavering. “Mint Car” features mostly-new material (plus a few #1 hits) designed specifically for your station wagon, Sony Walkman™ and/or Tiger Delux Talkboy™. Expect country, dubstep, make-out tunes and more.
It’s no secret that Fambly Fun! celebrates Christmas over 360 days of the year, but this year, Madison’s premier goof-hop band is sending you this greeting card in the form of the Best Xmas Ever! EP. You need no further proof than this collection of fire-side carols to see that no one loves Christmas (and it’s associated holiday celebrations) more than the Fambly!
This week, Mine All Mine Records is proud to present the debut release of Fambly Fun! side-project, C.D. Sandwich. Gold Flamingo is a 20-minute tape full of crazy hip-hop and singable tunes. Ahead of the release of Gold Flamingo on physical tape, we’ve decided to make it available for FREE download. Check it out!
Today’s new release is out just in time to correspond with Famby Fun!‘s release party at the Nottingham Coop in Madison, Wisconsin. After lots of work, the Fambly is back with more crazy experimental hip-hop than ever. Awesome sax licks and sweet hooks await you.
Today’s new release comes from Wisconsin-based mam!records supergroup Fambly Fun!, who are back with the follow up to their debut release. This time, the Fambly is bigger and better than ever with their brand of crazy hip-hop. Math In Space – a concept album – features the Fambly rapping about the love between a man and a planet, ill-spitting killer whales, street hockey matches with Kim Jong-Il, and much, much more.