Placement make their debut on Mine All Mine Records with Collected Locations, a set of rarities, one-offs and compilations tracks recorded between September 2008 and July 2010. Light and airy ambient pieces are a perfect reminder of summer as winter creeps up.
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.
Sales and donations from this compilation all go toward updating the Mine All Mine Records website in order to offer sorting, recommendations and more. All free options remain available.
Once again, it’s the middle of the month, and bell monks have another preview track for this month’s package. Listen to it above (via their bandcamp), and check out their site here. Check out last month’s package here.
NOTE: Preview tracks usually come out on the 15th of every month, but due to our charity compilation and show that night, we decided to delay the preview.
The Isthmus Daily Page just posted this great review of the John Praw track “Black Fog” with video by Raquel Salazar. The write-up is part of the Daily Page’s MadTracks series, which features songs and videos by Madison-based musicians. They had some very nice things to say about both the song and video.
Once again, we are half-way through the month. That means that bell monks are back with another preview track. Stream above, or visit the bell monks website here. This time, the preview track is a beautiful minimalist ambient piece. This month’s package is sure to be sublime.