After several months of recording, Mill’s End have released “The Swann Sessions” on Ca-Ho-Nus records (A division of Onus Records). This is their third release and features four diverse tracks, the hard hitting, “Keith’s Junk”, the moody “Old Man”, the driving “Stand” and the southern-rock styled “Run and Hide”. Recorded at Useful arts recording by Peter Swann the album is the culmination of extensive recording sessions that highlight the band’s eclectic sound. Featured are vocalist/guitarist Jeff Bump, guitarist/vocalist Keith Perrillo, bassist Geoff Butzine and former drummer Mark Bainbridge. “The Swann Sessions” is available on iTunes, Amazon and locally at Stinkweeds, Zia and Revolver Records.
MORE INFORMATION: http://millsendband.com/
LISTEN TO THE SWANN SESSIONS: https://soundcloud.com/mills-end/sets/the-swann-sessions
We've been fortunate enough to get some airplay on some recent podcasts, check them out, they are great places to discover new, independent music http://www.phxcast.com/index.php/podcasts/26-episode-3 http://rrradio.com/Pages/Shownotes.html http://kccaferadio.com/
Our new album is now available on iTunes! http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/monkey/id552640398
Our new album is now available to download arizonatunes, click here to buy http://arizonatunes.com/?product=mills-end-self-titled-mp3
Mill's End just finished a video for their song "Castle" from their brand new album. The song and video are inspired by a concert venue in Northern Michigan that was popular from the late 70's to the early 90's. You can check out the video here http://youtu.be/nX8YoMhM-SA
Check out our page at reverbnation.com/millsend to stream our new album before it goes on sale!
Just finished a great weekend of recording for our first full length LP, hope to have it out by late April, stay tuned!
Our video for "Just One Pass" is now live, check it out @ http://www.valleymetro.org/notes/topic/onepassme/ and let us know what you think!
Jeff from Mill's End will be doing an interview on KPHX 1480 at 10 am Dec. 19 on the "Phoenix Today" show talking about the Valley Metro "Notes" campaign. Be sure to tune in. http://www.1480kphx.com/weekends.asp
If you haven't heard of it there is a local music show that airs on KKNT AM 960 every Sunday from 3-5. Really fun show and they are always taking submissions for guests. Here is the link http://www.azmusiccafe.com/