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Unfun (punk) post unreleased demos

Vancouver punk rock band Unfun recently uploaded previously unreleased demos of songs from 2010 to their Bandcamp page, five of which are from their 2010 full-length Sick Outside View. You can give the demos a listen below.

Unfun’s lastest album Shores of Lake Erie was released in January.



Unfun stream new EP “Shores Of Lake Eerie”

From the mean streets of Canada, Unfun are now streaming their most recent 7-song EP Shores Of Lake Eerie.

You can give it a listen below.

Unfun’s last creative endeavor was a contribution to a Hüsker Dü tribute 7″ released on Dead Broke Rekerds/Drunken Sailor Records..



Unfun stream cover of “The Girl Who Lives on Heaven Hill” from new Hüsker Dü tribute 7″

Vancouver, B.C. punk band Unfun are streaming their take on “The Girl Who Lives on Heaven Hill,” originally by Hüsker Dü

You can hear it by clicking here.

The song comes from a forthcoming Hüsker Dü tribute 7″ to be released on Dead Broke Rekerds/Drunken Sailor Records.



Teenage Bottlerocket stream first 7-inch “A-Bomb”

Hahaha Cool! Records is streaming Teenage Bottlerocket‘s debut 7-inch “A-Bomb” in its entirety right here.

The label, along with Lost Cat Records, are re-pressing the album, which will be available via a limited run of 700 records on 5 different colors, specific to the label you buy it from, or from the band at shows.

Pre-orders will be available soon.



Hahaha Cool! Records streaming Krupted Peasant Farmerz tribute album

You can listen to the Krupted Peasant Farmerz tribute album (split release between HaHaHa Cool Records, Jerk Off Records and Lost Cat Records) right here.

The album features covers by a bunch of great bands including Useless ID and… OK, Useless ID is the only band you’ve likely heard of but if you’re a fan of San José’s, Krupted Peasant Farmer you should check it out.

KPF disbanded in the late 90’s.



Teenage Bottlerocket to remaster and re-issue debut 7-inch “A-Bomb”

Hahaha Cool! Records and Lost Cat Records have just announced that they are re-pressing Teenage Bottlerocket‘s debut 7-inch “A-Bomb”.  The album will be available via a limited run of 700 records on 5 different colors, specific to the label you buy it from, or from the band at shows.

The album will be remastered and a new cover will be designed especially for the release and pre-orders will be available soon.