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Mill's End / Press

“Jeff and the guys of Mill’s End just want to kick back, have a beer or two, and play some good old hometown soul rock.”

"Sightseeing," a gritty, waltz-time ballad that rocks with a whiskey-soaked swagger that makes me think they were trying to capture a "Rolling Stones jamming with Skynyrd at 4 in the morning" vibe

“This new tune is a timely, driving, politically charged song”

"Mill’s End has an Americana meets Blue Rock on the way to a bar fight kind of sound that’s always made me think, this is music cowboys SHOULD party to"

“These locals have managed to filter the reckless abandon of classic garage-rock through the snottier side of the slide-guitar-fueled '80s cowpunk spectrum to arrive at an incendiary shot of protest-rock.”

“If simple, effective, and easy-listening rock-n-roll if your thing, these guys are for you.”

“It's their first release since "Monkey" hit the streets back in 2012 and even though it's only four songs, it was definitely worth the wait”

“Mill’s End, when experienced live, brings a powerhouse element to the sounds of a fully engaged jam session.”

“Our Lists for the Best Shows of 2014!!!”

“Video of the Week: Mill's End, "Castle"”

“Unlike some bands that crossover genres, Mill's End does it absolutely seamlessly. The alt country, blues, rock, folk and Americana vibe ranging from track to track, is an absolute dream to listen to”

“Featured Musician on AZCulture.com”

“I love how it has that country meets rock vibe to it! Vocals sound great! All the instruments mix well together! Wonderful and catchy songs!”

“All 8 tracks will genuinely rock your world, shake the tree and slap you upside you head unlike most music you hear on the radio these days. Where there is smoke there is fire, and where there fire there is “Mills End”.”

“Mills End break the mold with their powerhouse sound and amazing movements that will sizzle both the novice and advanced listener.”

“A rough-at-the-edges sound that pulls power and drive from garage-band psychedelia as well as country roots is the signature of this highly charged Arizona four-piece. Rhythm guitarist Jeff Bump suitably matches this raucous instrumental rave with urgent sounding vocals on a potent original set. Not many releases match the energy here. ”

“This is an album that demands recognition and justice that in my opinion may appear on a label.”

"serving up their rowdy brand of alternative country and hard-hitting Southern rock"

“These guys tend to serve their alternative-country on the raucous side, sounding a bit like a scrappier Old 97's on the train-beat-driven "Castle" and taking their sound in a heavier Southern Rock direction on "Believe," which also serves an excellent showcase for the fuzz-drenched heroics of lead guitarist Keith Perillo. ”

“Lead vocalist Jeff Bump's voice has such a distinctive quality reminding me of Burton Cummings of The Guess Who. I can't wait to hear more from them.”

“Don’t miss out on seeing this great band perform live!”

“...think psychedelrockalternativecountry. Mostly, think ENTERTAINING!”

"High energy and loads of fun..."

“Blending together folk and alt-country influences, Mill's End has developed a strong following the right way by playing lots of shows and being an active member of the Valley music scene.”

“Mill’s End: “Remember the Time” - Being a huge Counting Crows fan, I really enjoyed this on, Of course this track has a more rustic, earthy quality than anything the crows ever put out. I can’t really place where this would sell best, but I would definitely buy it.”

“Featured artist on Sunsetislandmusic.com”

“raw, unpolished rock in its finest form”

“I can see this band becoming bigger in the local scene”