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Boston punks raise funds for charity with “Miracle on Comm Ave.” compilation

It’s time to get in the holiday spirit with a brand-new comp from some of Boston’s best punk bands, streaming below.  Produced by Squallie Greenthumb (ex-The Old Edison), Miracle on Comm Ave. features 16 tracks from Boston’s own Energy, Mark Lind (The Ducky Boys), Matt Trainor (Losers CircleThe Radicals), Live Nude GirlsCoffin Salesman, and more. All proceeds go to Child’s Play, a charity that provides toys and video games to terminally ill kids in over 140 hospitals around the world.

If you like  music, helping kids, and new takes on some Christmas tunes (some originals, some covers), you can buy the comp for $5 (or more, if you’re feeling generous) right here. You can also learn more about Child’s Play here.

Live Nude Girls (Boston Folk Punk) stream new album “Make Mama Proud”

Boston Folk Punk act Live Nude Girls are streaming their latest release Make Mama Proud.

You can give it a listen below.

Make Mama Proud was released on July 28th, 2017.

Coffin Salesman releases debut album, “Disappearing Acts”

Coffin Salesman, the acoustic side project of Boston-based musician Aria Rad (of The RadicalsLive Nude Girls) has released a debut album that you can listen to below.

Coffin Salesman is “on a mission to make a good time out of a bad time and a bad time out of a good time,” and Rad describes this release as “only a little miserable.” The tongue-in-cheek honesty carries through the album with lyrical vignettes that are essentially character studies that you just might find a bit of yourself in.  But hopefully not, because some of these people sound a bit fucked.

The 8-track album is available as a name-your-price download here.

On the Cinder announces spring tour dates

Buffalo punks On The Cinder  are heading out on a big 3-month tour that will take them from the East Coast to the Midwest  and up to Canada this spring, and you can check out all the dates below.

The highlight of the trip is the band’s first show at Pouzza Fest in Montreal in May, but they will also reconnect with some cities they have hit before.  The tour kicks off with a farewell show in Buffalo and ends in June with a big regional show in New Jersey that also features  Seven Thirty SevenOC45, Live Nude Girls, and Erik Peterson of Mischief Brew.

On the Cinder is also gearing up to release a brand-new album, The Fight Against Ourselves on Between the Days Records.  The album drops on April 12th, but you can pre-order it here.