I met the boys in Milwaukee’s Temple a number of years ago, back when they were playing under the name Arto. Over the course of a summer, they became good friends of mine. In the time since, we’ve released a number of their related projects (mam105, mam 174, mam181 and mam212 among others), and Myles even joined my band Pushmi-Pullyu for a while.
Today, after a LONGwait, Temple has finally released their first full-length album under this name. It’s heavy, noisy post-hardcore that oozes with the emotion all four members throw into everything they make. Check it out in digital form on their bandcamp page. My favorite tunes are Football on Stage and Smooth Sculpture, and I can’t wait for the physical release that’s coming soon.
Feel that air warming up? Spring is coming, and that means we’re nearing the end of our Lost City Winter Series. That’s a bummer, but these last two shows are going to be great. Tonight, from Madison, we have Jamie Yanda, Snouts and Fluorescent Pig. Driving in from Milwaukee is YLLA. This is our second-to-last Winter Series show, so I hope we’ll see you there!
Tonight (Saturday, February 16th) is the second of two entries this weekend in our Lost City Winter Series at the Dragonfly Lounge. And it’s a packed one at that! Two excellent traveling bands will tear it up, including Milwaukee’s Absolutely and and Brooklyn-based killer BOB. Representing Madison is All Good Things and Pushmi-Pullyu. Read on below for a preview of the things to come!
It’s been another two weeks, and that means it’s time for the next installment of our Lost City Winter Series. Tonight, we’ve got a very special show for a number of reasons. Read on to find out why and get a preview of what’s to come. Check out the facebook event here for more information.
To celebrate the coming of the first ever Lost City Music Festival, we decided it might be nice to sit down with some of the performers playing at the festival. Today, we got the chance to speak with Ben Gucciardi of Milwaukee band Sat. Nite Duets. Catch Sat. Nite Duets Saturday, July 7th @ the Rigby.
“I Love You Mom” is a lo-fi acoustic folk EP recorded live in Myles’ bedroom as a gift for his mom. Today, the day after Valentine’s Day, we offer this EP to you (minus one track too special for release).
The year 2011 was an important one for Mine All Mine Records. Over the course of a year, we have released nearly 60 albums, EPs and singles, we have raised money for multiple non-profits, we have begun booking shows at the DragonFly Lounge, and much more!
To celebrate, we are setting free five releases from 2011 that were previously not available for free download. For the next week, you can download the following five albums and EPs absolutely free! You can still visit the download page to send some money to the artist(s), but for now, this is our gift to you. Continue below for descriptions and download links.