Uvulittle Records


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Uvulittle Records was started by Mother Fool’s owners Jon Hain and Stephanie Rearick in 1996 as a means to release a live album featuring various artists that played at Mother Fool’s Coffeehouse. Located in Madison, Wisconsin, they had run the coffeehouse for a little over a year and felt that a live CD would be a boost for the business.

Shortly after releasing “Live at Mother Fool’s” Hain got involved with promoting his band’s new album, Your Mom SRO’s “Royal Jelly.” He called radio and press, eventually getting the CD onto playlists on over 100 college stations and collecting a good stack of reviews. “This was the turning point. I realized that I really enjoyed promoting music.”

In 1996, Uvulittle released Yid Vicious’ first CD. This release sold well and helped pay for releases by Jack The Dog, Stephanie Rearick and MiLkBabY.

Yid Vicious released a second CD on Uvulittle in 2000 which was quickly bought out by the band when they received an offer from Knitting Factory Records. This, in turn, allowed Uvulittle to release Pascal’s debut CD as well as the debut by Hain and Rearick’s band The Coma Savants.

The Coma Savants broke up in early 2003.

CDs by Chicago’s wildly experimental MiLkBaby and folk rockster Ritt Deitz have followed…

Hain and Rearick reformed their first band, The Your Mom, in spring of 2006. Featuring the original line-up and re-monikered, “Rearick & The ManSisters” are working hard and looking forward to bringing their odd-rock-cabaret to audiences around the mid-west.

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