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One thing that's kept us going these last few months is all the new music coming from #MileOfMusic artists! Check o… https://t.co/uxUdm8WETM
Nov 13
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As always, if you need to arrange another pickup time, just let us know.Haven't had a chance to check out the ne… https://t.co/2Bcx8OgN3y
Oct 13
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We know you love to shop the sales on the last day of #MileOfMusic. We hear you and missed you this year!⁠ ⁠ We've… https://t.co/B6obZI5VSw
Oct 7
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Justin Townes Earle, who played at the first #MileofMusic in 2013, has died.(Photo: Getty Images)https://t.co/g5SFBApotv
Aug 24
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Like live music? Wear a mask! Support the music industry by sporting a mask wherever you go. #MileOfMusic… https://t.co/oBvQu64zqI
Aug 19
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Aug 19
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Your weekend jam is here from Mile of Music Festival alumni @BrothersFootman! Check out their new music video for '… https://t.co/EJm8E4cVbC
Aug 14
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Fingers and toes crossed... Mark those calendars big and bold! 🎶😊 #MileOfMusic #Mile8 https://t.co/HX9wF0END5
Aug 7
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1st to close & last to reopen, independent live art venues need our help. Pls join me & over 2,400 members of… https://t.co/LBNsrMAfEN
Aug 4
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Mile 7 Memory: On the last day of the fest, many fans find themselves STILL not being able to get enough music. Tha… https://t.co/mWcP6gh5I7
Aug 2
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Aug 2
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It’s safe to say that there wouldn’t be a music festival without…music! More than 800 total artists have visited Ap… https://t.co/BQ5VfggaAf
Aug 1
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Jul 31
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Jul 30
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@ithomson74 #MileOfMusic Trivia: How many Mile t-shirts does Ian own? 😜 (It's an impressive collection!)
Jul 30
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Our goal this week? To bring the good memories from #MileOfMusic to light! Have photos of your Mile experiences? 📸… https://t.co/KGPVUGw7C8
Jul 28
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Jul 27
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going to try to get as many sets up as possible before next weekend as we can....missing #MileOfMusic
Jul 24
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#ThrowbackThursday to some of our favorite memories from past #MileOfMusic Festivals. We’re feeling nostalgic r… https://t.co/YPDddlIMlT
Jul 23

Mile’s New Music Roundup: October

Posted Nov 4, 2020
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While 2020 has shaken our world and life is not even near “normal” yet, one thing that’s been keeping us going is music! Specifically, the music of our Mile artists (of course). Over the past few months, we’ve noticed a plethora of new content from Mile alumni…so it sparked an idea – Mile’s New Music Roundup!

Enjoy our October roundup!

  • LASKA (Mile 5 & 7) – Grandma Curly: This Minneapolis-based sister trio’s newest tune is about their maternal grandmother. This one is sure to stick in your head!

‘Grandma Curly’ Spotify
‘Grandma Curly’ YouTube

Circular Thing is Caleb Hawley’s latest album and it’s full of stories – all jam-packed into an energetic 30-minute album!

‘Circular Thing’ Spotify

The lively song has a great video, too! The video highlights some memories from time spent on the road. It’ll have you right in your live music ‘feels’!

‘Already Won’ YouTube

Nashville’s Szlachetka released “Old Soul” in early October, along with a new video. This soothing tune would be great during a fall Sunday drive!

‘Old Soul’ YouTube

‘Old Soul’ Spotify

Phillip-Michael submitted this song for the 2019 NPR Tiny Desk Concert. The song is a reflection of the comments he’s heard as a Black man, and as a Black artist. In a description for the song, Phillip-Michael says,  “My goal has always been to challenge and comfort both myself and my audience, in hopes of giving us all a little more space to feel what we need to in order to grow.”

‘Tell Me How I Sound Again’ Spotify

Bartees Strange has had a big couple of months! From gaining applause from people a lot cooler than most (Ryan Reynolds, Hayley Williams) to a feature in Rolling Stone, we are so excited to see Bartees gaining some well-deserved recognition. If you haven’t yet, take a listen to his debut album, Live Forever.

‘Live Forever’ Spotify

New Mexico-based duo Flagship Romance has been busy creating in a multitude of different ways during this uncertain period. Their latest creation is a powerful song and video called “This Land.”

‘This Land’ Spotify

‘This Land’ YouTube

This one-man-band just released his newest single “And Then There Was Fire” in September, and has now followed up with TWO new songs – “Black Holes and Overdoses” and “Can’t Look Away” – off of his upcoming album. Matt Lorenz (the man behind The Suitcase Junket) describes “Can’t Look Away” as a “future memoir.” As for “Black Holes and Overdoses,” Matt shared that the song’s inspiration came from watching the news, where it seemed that every story was either about an overdose or a black hole.

‘Black Holes and Overdoses’ Spotify

‘Can’t Look Away’ Spotify

The Suitcase Junket YouTube

Wisconsin’s Bascom Hill released “Put It Out,” a new song and video to support their hometown of Kenosha. The song speaks to the social and political unrest of this time. Bascom Hill notes that, “this song is about approaching one another with love.” The video encourages viewers to donate towards rebuilding efforts in Kenosha, where damage Is estimated at $50 million.

‘Put it Out’ Video

Back in September, this Nashville-duo released a new tune, “Kids These Days.” They’re following that up with a single and video for “Even.”

Looking ahead, things won’t be slowing down for these two! They’ll play a special virtual show at iVoted Festival on Election Day, November 3, which features a TON of other artists you already know and love. Plus, we might be getting a new record from these two soon… you heard it here first.

‘Even’ YouTube 

‘Even’ Spotify

  • Cut Worms (Mile 5) – Nobody Lives Here Anymore

Brooklyn’s Cut Worms released a 17-track album and it’s an excellent listen during a time when a new album might be what you need to soothe your soul.

‘Nobody Lives Here Anymore’ Spotify

Sway Wild just released a new song with Anna Tivel (Rhythms & Brews alum) on violin! The duo shared that the song was originally written after the tragic Pulse nightclub shooting in 2016, and is now dedicated to all who have been affected by gun violence. 20% of proceeds from the song will be donated to Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America/Everytown for Gun Safety.

‘As it Was’ Spotify

‘As it Was’ YouTube

With nearly 800 Mile alumni, we do our best to keep up with everyone. If you know a Mile alumni is coming out with new music, give us a heads up!

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