Recorded and mixed one summer ago, “Beachcomber” is the debut release by We Used to be Unicorns, a Madison duo comprised of Greg Calhoun and Nate Gessner. This EP is filled with lo-fi rock tunes with a dash of dreams perfect for these sweltering summer days.
As many of you may know, Madison band bell monks are half-way through a year-long project to bring you a new free package of music, images and video every single month. Mid-way through each month, bell monks present a teaser of the month’s package. Listen to it above, check out bellmonks.com, and listen to the most recent package here.
This week, Mine All Mine Records brings you (in collaboration with the Bread King Collective) a three-track sampler for Animals In Human Attire’s upcoming full-length album. Animals In Human Attire are an ungodly band bringing you folk-infused indie rock straight out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Definitely check this out.
Mine All Mine Records is proud to present Madison-based indie artist K. Wilhelm’s new music video, created by Anna Weisling. K. Wilhelm is Corey Murphy (Fambly Fun!, Pushmi-Pullyu), and Mine All Mine Records will be re-releasing his half of the Floorboards split later this year, along with bonus material.
After Chief Warrant Officer’s incredible debut album Hotspur, the Sturgeon Bay DIY recordist returns with the first two releases in a series of digital cassette singles. The first features more of the indie rock sentiment found in Hostpur, while the second brings elements of electronic hip-hop into the mix. Make sure to grab them both below!
This week, Mine All Mine Records is proud to bring you the debut full-length album “Hotspur” by Sturgeon Bay’s very own Chief Warrant Officer. Jacob Tibbs, who single-handedly mans the project, creates incredibly full and well-crafted songs that fall somehow in the realms of folk, indie rock and pop all at once.
Please take a moment to welcome Chief Warrant Officer to the Mine All Mine Records family.
Mine All Mine Records favorite Amy Hiller returns with her stunning new EP, “Icey.” After one of our most popular releases of 2010, her newest release doesn’t disappoint. You do not want to miss this one.