For the first time in almost two years, el-tin fun is back on Mine All Mine with the finest example of his brand of lo-fi bedroom rock. It’s fuzzy, raw, and sometimes just a bit surfy.
Recorded periodically from September 2011 to May 2012 at Glass on Glass in Madison, WI. Drums on 1, 2, 3 and 11 recorded in Treefort’s basement. Rock and roll bass recorded by Nathan in his home studio.
After roughly five years and eighty-plus artists (almost all available for free today), Mine All Mine Records is exceedingly proud to set free our 200th release. This set of 28 tracks features many faces from our past as well as artists new to the label, and every track (at the time of release) is new and unreleased elsewhere. Enjoy nearly two hours of new music spanning the entirety of what Mine All Mine Records has to offer.
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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.
After scrapping plans for albums and EPs on more than one occasion, Castles has finally returned to Mine All Mine Records. Instead of complex Nintendo-infused pop songs, Castles brings us “Cancer”, a collection of four lo-fi folk-rock songs in a simpler vein, reminiscent of the work we originally grew to love when his first album was released. This is the final Castles EP.
Editor’s Note: It is a sad day to see Castles go, but weep not! We are proud to announce that Cassidy J. David-Weber, the man behind Castles, is well into work on a new album under the moniker Dead Dog, and he sounds better than ever. Next week, look for Dead Dog’s first single, “Florida Refuse.”
This week’s new release is a re-release of Evenings’ debut, North Dorm EP. We’re proud to welcome Evenings into the mam!records family, and this release is a definite must-have. Chilled out pop-songs or ambient hip-hop – you decide.