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Iowa City Mill

Posted by Michael Roeder | Mar 8, 2016

Freakwater The Mill -- Tue., Mar. 15 at 8 p.m. Photo by Tim Furnish Janet Beveridge Bean and Catherine Irwin have been collaborating, writing and performing for over 30 years...

Posted by Jessica Wynn | Aug 20, 2015

Eric Pettit Lion's newest -- any eponymous -- album was recorded and mastered by Luke Tweedy at Flatback Studios in Iowa City. --image via Eric Pettit Lion Eric Pettit Lion...

Amen Dunes
Posted by John Miller | Mar 30, 2015

Before he was Amen Dunes, Damon McMahon released Mansions in 2006, a record that was almost universally panned by critics. Amen Dunes was born from...

Bob Log III!
Posted by Max Johnson | Aug 25, 2014

Bob Log III returns to The Mill to bring his skronked-out Delta blues dance party this Thursday. Iowa City’s most prolific son, Samuel Locke-Ward, will be playing with his...

Dead Rider
Posted by Eric Kuehl | Apr 1, 2014

Experimental noise, drum and bass, and progressive sludge metal. These are the styles of the three very different bands that will close out the Mission Creek Festival Sunday at The...

Dent May - Warm Blanket
Posted by A.C. Hawley | Jan 29, 2014

While his name sounds like a nom de plume, Dent May is the real name of this musician. May explores the commonalities of life — particularly love — and does...

Kendrick Lamar
Posted by Steve Crowley | Mar 25, 2013

The Mission Creek Festival will soon be upon us, and Iowa City is holding its collective breath until it finally arrives. While Mission Creek’s main entrée is music (with healthy...

Your Town Now
Posted by Zach Tilly and Skaaren Cosse | Mar 4, 2013

The City Council requested a decision-making matrix, then, according to one member of the Council, opted not to use it. The Iowa City Council's 5-1 decision last month to move...

Perishing Road
Posted by John Schlotfelt | Mar 1, 2013

The full-length debut, Perishing Road, from Haunter (a.k.a. Kyle Arthur Miller) is ideal for late nights, headphones and staring out at the frozen tundra. Miller’s new collection of ambient compositions...

Posted by Weekender | Feb 28, 2013

Hello and welcome to another edition of the Weekender. Starting with Thursday, Alex and Francis White of the “fiery” bother/sister duo White Mystery will be heading to The Mill alongside...

Thao and the Get Down Stay Down
Posted by John Miller | Feb 28, 2013

Thao and the Get Down Stay Down bring their folky, Indie-pop style to the Mill on April 2. Thao Nguyen has found fame creating lyrics that can be as biting...

JEFF the Brotherhood
Posted by John Miller | Feb 27, 2013

Post-Grunge rockers JEFF the Brotherhood play the Mill Thursday, April 4. Their songs take listeners back to a time when guitar solos backed by heavy distortion, thick reverb and catchy...

Posted by Casey Wagner | Feb 26, 2013

Worth the waitBottles age in a darkened corner of the beer cellar at John's Grocery In December, I drank my last bottle of 2009 Anchor Christmas Ale. That’s right: I...

Aesop Rock
Posted by Steve Crowley | Feb 25, 2013

Right now, Mountains may be one of the best in the business when it comes to ambient, experimental music. Longtime friends and bandmates Koen Holtkamp and Brendon Anderegg got together...