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The Transgressions streaming new EP “Fucked Up”

Wisconsin pop-punk act,  The Transgressions are streaming their new EP “Fucked Up” in its entirety.

You can check it out below.

“Fucked Up” was released through It’s Alive Records. The Transgressions previously released a split with The Credentials in 2010.



The Transgressions finish recording new songs

Wisconsin pop-punk act,  The Transgressions, have finished recording 5 new songs:

“WE ARE BACK AT IT! This year has already seen us finish recording 5 new songs and play 4 rad shows. More than we did in the last 2 years combined. What else have you got for us?”

They last released a split withThe Credentials in 2010.



Traffic Street Records announce The Transgressions/The Credentials 7″ split

Traffic Street Records have released details surrounding an upcoming 7″ split for The Transgressions and The Credentials. The split, due out sometime in the fall, will consist of 3 songs by The Transgressions and 2 songs from The Credentials. The tracks from The Transgressions come from the same sessions that brought you their contribution for the Dangerous Intersections VII 7″, while the tracks from The Credentials will feature songs that were originally meant for a 7″ split with New Creases. Stay tuned for more info as it becomes available!



New Song: “Baby I Love You But I Need Someone To Talk To About The Ramones” from The Transgressions

The Transgressions are streaming another new song on their MySpace page.  This one is titled Baby I Love You But I Need Someone To Talk To About The Ramones.  It’s only 43 seconds long but its great and as usual the band hasn’t mentioned if there are plans to put the track on an official release.

The band recently released a 7″ split with The Side Project, which was released on Traffic Street Records.



New Song: “Sleazeball” from The Transgressions

transgressionsThe Transgressions are streaming a brand new song titled Sleazeball on their MySpace page.  Sort of a common theme today, but the band hasn’t mentioned if there are plans to put the track on an official release.

The band recently released a 7″ split with The Side Project, which was released on Traffic Street Records.



The Transgressions/The Side Project announce split 7-inch “Stop Wasting My Time”

transgressions-side-project-splitWisconsin bands The Transgressions and The Side Project are releasing a split 7-inch next month on Traffic Street Records. Titled Stop Wasting My Time, the release features three brand new songs by each band.  You can listen to one track from each band right here.

The Transgressions are from Madison and are following up their Rally Records-released 2009 CDEP, Waste My Time, (the art and title of which are parodied subject matter for this record). From Washburn, The Side Project are following up their 2009 7″ for Traffic Street, New Brain.



New Song: “Kidney Stones” by The Transgressions

It’s short, it’s fast, it’s gritty, it’s a new song from Wisconsin punks The Transgressions. Head over to the band’s MySpace page to check it out. I couldn’t find any further information on the track, however one can hope that it might appear on their upcoming 7″ split with The Side Project, which is set to hit stores March 29 on Traffic Street Records.

The Transgressions are currently on tour in the Midwest; you can find out if they are playing near you by going to their Dying Scene Shows page.



Direct Hit recording and tour plans

direct-hitMidwest pop-punkers Direct Hit! seem like they’re gonna have a pretty packed kick-off to the new decade.  Their plans include (but are not limited to):

– a split 7″ with America’s Dairyland pals, The Transgressions
– release of digital EP DH#4 come February end
– release of digital EP DH#5 by the end of spring
– and a ton of shows featuring Off With Their Heads, DrManhattan, The Gusto, Bust!, Liarbirds, Set Your Goals, The Swellers, Red Phone Dispatch, Handguns, Tension Generation, The American Dead, and more.

Definitely check these guys out.  Some good, high-energy, shout-along punk goin’ on here!  Give them a listen on their MySpace or on their bandcamp.