MillerSounds is a small independent record label based in East Devon that was formed in 2002. We specialise in releasing (mainly) limited editions, handcrafted editions and collectible releases, alongside exclusive downloads.
The early years saw MillerSounds releasing two CD albums by the alt-folk / alt-country band 'Miller'sOrgel' in 2003, and 'A dialogue Concerning...' in 2004. These were followed by a free e.p. download release of unreleased Miller tracks entitled 'Coda'.
MillerSounds has also made available various releases by the contemporary folk band
The Rowan Amber Mill . This has included the download only debut e.p. folk devils and moral panics and the nine track mini-album Midsummers (available on CD in a special handcrafted edition alongside standard jewel case edition). These were followed by the release of The Rowan Amber Mill's debut album Heartwood which was made available in a very special limited handcrafted edition (made by painstakingly cutting out and assembling together over 50 individual shapes and letters to form the cover of a guitar playing owl!).
Another notable release was the lauded album 'The Book of the Lost' - a British folk horror inspired collaboration by Emily Jones and The Rowan Amber Mill (co-released by the Owltextures label). The Book of the Lost which was made available as a standard digipack edition along with a limited deluxe edition which included die-cut slip case and full colour collectible "lobby card" prints.
A further collaboration entitled 'Silent Night Songs for a Cold Winter's Evening' by Angeline Morrison and The Rowan Amber Mill was released in 2014. The mini-album (a mix of traditional and contemporary seasonal songs) was released in two limited editions - winter white gloss, and folky buff.
Our currently available releases can be purchased from both the MillerSounds Store, and also over at the Millersounds Bandcamp presence.
A number of further releases and collaborations are currently scheduled to be released over the next 24 months including new albums by The Rowan Amber Mill and the debut release of the retro-synth band Making Tea for Robots. Stay tuned!