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Dog Party detail new LP “‘Til You’re Mine”

Sacramento duo Dog Party have revealed more details on their upcoming album ‘Til You’re Mine, which is set to release on August 5th through Asian Man Records.

You can check out the LP’s cover art and tracklist below, and pre-order it here.

The band’s latest album Vol. 4 came out in June of 2015. They are currently touring the US.

Kevin Seconds streaming new solo song “Please Write A Song Of Hope”

Kevin Seconds of 7Seconds fame is streaming a new song called “Please Write A Song Of Hope.”

You can give it a listen below.

Kevin’s latest solo album Off Stockton came out in February, 2014 through Rise Records. The same label released 7Seconds’ new album Leave a Light On in May, 2014.

Dog Party announce new album, “Til You’re Mine”

Sacramento duo Dog Party have announced that they will release a new album called Til You’re Mine on August 5th via Asian Man Records.

Dog Party most recently released Vol. 4 last June.

Slow Gherkin releases first new songs in 14 years

Santa Cruz ska band Slow Gherkin has just released a new 2-song EP called Lives on Asian Man Records. This is the band’s first new music in 14 years!

Give it a listen below, and buy it here.

Slow Gherkin most recently released a retrospective album, Death of a Ska Band: Rarities 1994-2002, in June of 2011.

Asian Man Records streams “Asian Man Music for Asian Man People Vol. 2”

Asian Man Records‘ new compilation Asian Man Music for Asian Man People Vol. 2 comes out today. You can give it a listen below, and grab physical copies here.

Like Volume 1, this comp features 14 Asian Man Records artists (The Murderburgers, Kevin Seconds, Spraynard, etc.) covering songs by others who’ve released music through the label (Andrew Jackon Jihad, Alkaline Trio, MU330, etc.).

The Murderburgers stream new song “The Waves”

Scottish pop-punks The Murderburgers are streaming a new song titled “The Waves,” which is taken from their upcoming album The 12 Habits Of Highly Defective People. Check it out below.

The highly-anticipated LP is set to release this fall through Asian Man Records and Round Dog Records. It will serve as a follow-up to the band’s 2013 album These Are Only Problems.

Interview: Mike Park of Asian Man Records talks label origins, 20 Year Anniversary Show, and more

I remember buying Big D & The Kids Table’s “Good Luck” from a local record store at age 15 and finding inside the ten year anniversary Asian Man Records mail order catalog. In this catalog there was a letter from label founder Mike Park explaining that they were not a big label. He said he ran it out of his parents’ garage, had one phone line with no call waiting, one computer, and two employees (his mom being one of them). This blew my mind and was my simple little introduction to DIY ethics. So when I got the chance to interview the man behind the label himself, it was no small deal to me.

I got to sit on a couch and drink a beer while Mr. Park walked his dog around his neighborhood on a very windy day in San Jose, California. While there were several moments in our interview that I could barely hear him due to the weather, this was still the best interview I’ve ever done and a dream come true for me. Read it below.

Midwest Ska Fest and Skappleton announce 2016 line ups.

Returning for its 4th year, Midwest Ska Fest is pairing up with Skappleton this year to bring Rude boys and girls, and other ska fans a full weekend of both local and national Ska bands.

Skappleton will be taking place on August 13, 2016 at Tanner’s Grill & Bar in Kimberly, WI. The Hub City Stompers and Dan Potthast (of MU330) will be headlining alongside Keep Flying (formerly Survay Says), Max and the Invaders, Run and Punch, The Bishops, 4 Aspirin Morning, Beat the Smart Kids, Be Like Max, The Holophonics, and Fairhaven.

Midwest Ska fest is being held at the Double Door in Chicago on August 14, 2016, and will be 18+. The Hub City Stompers and Dan Potthast (of MU330) will be headlining, with The Crombies, Keep Flying (formerly Survay Says), Something To Do, Run and Punch, Beat the Smart Kids, The 9 Spot, The Bishops, 4 Aspirin Morning, Evil Empire, and Bumsy and the Moochers.

Weekend passes for Skappleton and Midwest Ska Fest are currently available here. Single day tickets for Midwest Ska Fest will be available on Friday May 27, 2016.

Asian Man Records announces ‘Asian Man Music for Asian Man People Vol. 2’

Asian Man Records have announced a new compilation album titled Asian Man Music for Asian Man People Vol. 2. The collection is a sequel to the 2013 compilation Asian Man Music for Asian Man People, which saw 14 Asian Man-signed bands covering other bands also signed to Asian Man. This new album, due out on June 8, 2016, will follow the same format.

You can check out the album’s tracklist below.

All People stream self-titled LP

New Orleans’ All People are streaming their upcoming self-titled album in full. You can give it a listen here.

All People will release All People on May 20, 2016 through Community Records. They last released Learn Forget Repeat in May 2015 as a joint release through Community Records and Asian Man Records.

The Murderburgers announce west coast tour with Bad Cop/Bad Cop & The Atom Age

Scottish pop-punks The Murderburgers have announced they will be touring the west coast this summer with California’s Bad Cop/Bad Cop and The Atom Age. Check out the dates below.

The Murderburgers will be releasing a new album titled The 12 Habits Of Highly Defective People sometime this fall through Asian Man Records and Round Dog Records. It will be the band’s first LP in 3 years, serving as a follow-up to 2013’s These Are Only Problems.

Dowsing stream new album “Okay”

Chicago indie/emo band Dowsing are streaming their new album Okay, and you can check it out here.

Okay is set to be released on April 29, 2016 via Asian Man Records.

The Croissants stream new split EP

Sacramento, California act The Croissants have just streamed a preview of their brand new EP, which is a split with fellow Sacremento act Charles Albright. The EP is set for release on April 22nd, and from the tracks made available so far, it’s shaping up to be a mix of six, angry and rythmic pieces that positively pop with creative energy. Check it out below.

The split can be pre-ordered on the group’s Bandcamp page for $6, and marks the band’s first release since their single “We’re In The Basement” back in February, 2014.

Dowsing stream new song “Red Legs Kicking”

Chicago indie/emo band Dowsing are streaming a new song titled “Red Legs Kicking,” which comes from their upcoming album Okay.

Give it a listen here.

Okay is set to be released on April 29, 2016 via Asian Man Records.

Dowsing stream new song “Dissolve”; announce US tour dates

Chicago indie/emo band Dowsing are streaming a new song titled “Dissolve.” The song is the first single off the band’s upcoming album, which is untitled but will likely be referred to as either a self-titled album or OKAY. (For further explanation, just take a closer look at the artwork, as pictured above.) The band will also be heading out on a US tour to support the new album, and will be joined on the road by Kittyhawk.

You can listen to the song, and find the dates and locations here.

Dowsing will release their third album on April 29, 2016 via Asian Man Records.