Seattle's Police Teeth, which released a record on Latest Flame this year, will do the same again in 2012. Latest Flame preps for its 10th birthday As Milwaukee-based Latest Flame Records prepares to turn 10 years old in 2012, it has issued its (presumably tentative) release schedule for next year. January will finally see the release of IfIHadAHiFi's delayed "Nada Surf EP+3" on vinyl and CD, according to label boss Dan Hanke. "Fake Infinity" by Dallas-based Nervous Curtains is due in February, followed by a new System and Station record in May. July will see the first new record in six years from Minneapolis' The Slats and their co-Twin Citians Animal Lover will launch a debut outing the following month. Then, as autumn dawns, Seattle's Police Teeth will have a new record, too. Permalink Print Talkbacks (1) Share this: Talkbacks DrAwkward | Oct. 19, 2011 at 12:40 p.m. (report) I know i'm biased, but damn, this schedule! I really feel like i'm on the best record label going. Rate this: Average rating: 0.0 1 2 3 4 5 1 comment about this article. Post your comment/review now Facebook comments Disclaimer: Please note that Facebook comments are posted through Facebook and cannot be approved, edited or declined by OnMilwaukee.com. The opinions expressed in Facebook comments do not necessarily reflect those of OnMilwaukee.com or its staff. Recent Articles & Blogs by Bobby Tanzilo Urban Spelunking: Spaghetti and secrets at the Wells Building Published Jan. 24, 2017 At many Milwaukee buildings history is layered atop history. And nowhere is that more true than at the Wells Building, 324 E. Wisconsin Ave., where the strata of history is topped with a hefty dose of spaghetti. No, there's no Italian restaurant, but still plenty to see. Milwaukee's hottest neighborhood? Published Jan. 20, 2017 This week, Redfin, a real estate brokerage company, released a list of the nation's hottest neighborhoods, based on page views and favorites on its web site. Which is Milwaukee's hottest 'hood? We checked with Redfin but also with two local brokers. These 6 photos of MPS kids getting free glasses will make your day Published Jan. 19, 2017 Via a program called Clear Days Ahead, optometrists, opticians and volunteers provided eye exams to more than 100 kids at Browning and another nearly 100 at Barack Obama School of Career and Technical Education late last autumn. Here are some amazing photos from that day. Urban spelunking: Hoyt Park's Great Hall Published Jan. 19, 2017 Looking for an unusual place to watch the Packers take on the Falcons this Sunday in the NFC title game? Hoyt Park in Wauwatosa has the perfect spot. Located between The Landing Beer Garden and the Hoyt Park Pool is a Grand Hall that was built in the '30s by the WPA. Gilles Frozen Custard, born in 1938, gets a makeover Published Jan. 18, 2017 When Gilles announced renovations last spring to Milwaukee's oldest surviving custard stand at 7515 W. Bluemound Rd. - and still one of the city's beloved favorites - you didn't have to worry about losing access to Gilliecookies or Those Things. Ben & Jerry's joins MPS and Bartolotta's for ice cream contest Published Jan. 18, 2017 Ben & Jerry's co-founder Jerry Greenfield will be a judge in an upcoming MPS ice cream making competition in collaboration with Bartolotta Restaurant Group. Milwaukee Talks: WISN meteorologist Jeremy Nelson Published Jan. 17, 2017 We sat down with WISN meteorologist Jeremy Nelson for a Milwaukee Talks as he prepares to say goodbye to Brew City. Nelson's last day on air here - before leaving for a job as chief meteorologist at Channel 12's sister station in Savannah, Georgia - is Friday. Cartoonist Sanders brings his biting commentary back to Milwaukee Published Jan. 16, 2017 What comes around goes around and that's perhaps even more true in Smallwaukee. I was reminded of this when veteran editorial cartoonist Bill Sanders re-appeared on the scene, contributing his biting work to OnMilwaukee. Sanders' art is on view this week during Gallery Night. Dr. Martin Luther King's visits to Milwaukee left permanent mark Published Jan. 16, 2017 The visionary civil rights leader visited our city to speak on at least two occasions. His comments half a century ago remain as true now as they were then. Here is some of what he told Milwaukeeans. Couple's promise to MAM: 500 French posters and a new assistant curator Published Jan. 13, 2017 The Milwaukee Art Museum has announced that by Milwaukeeans Susee and James Wiechmann have promised a gift to the museum of more than 500 posters by French graphic artist Jules Chéret, boosting the MAM's already extensive collection of works on paper.