Mine All Mine Records have released The Fatty Acids latest album “Boléro“. You might know them from their first album “Stop Berries, Berries and Berries, Berries” from 2010. So, they’ve got three albums, up to date, including their second full-length “Leftover Monsterface” in 2011. If you include their latest album, “Boléro” – they’ve suddenly got three full-length albums. Together with their friends Faux Fir, they also released a split-EP in 2010. By now, you might know, or have heard of them. Anyhow, they’re from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and are a sextet, made up of the following members: Myles Coyne, Derek De Vinney, Josh Evert, Matt Pappas, Cole Quamme, Kurt “The Pump-it Puppet Trumpet” Raether, and Joel Van Haren. Pretty rare for an unabashed pop-a-delic be-bop band, playing fierce with the psychedelia – to have that many members. But it’s noticeable, it gives their grandiose and picturesque motion of sound that make up their landscape in which they operate. This is very much happy-go-lucky; with a sentimental drain in the background. Make up your own mind by listening, but this is not your regular pop-dose that you shovel into your groveling ears. No, this is something else. Therefore, I can offer you, in conjunction with The Fatty Acids and Mine All Mine, a free download of their track “Sportskin“. By the way, on this particular track, Monica Martin from the Wisconsin-based band Phox – have lent her marvelous vocals. Either you listen to it and download it down below, or you might want to listen to the whole deal, also. It’s your choice. But don’t be careless, now that we’re offering this fine piece of musicality. Either buy it digitally, or buy a limited cassette on Cassette Store Day, which will be made available on the 9th of September.