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Play Date (Greg Attonito and wife Shanti Wintergate) strip down for Punks In Vegas

Play Date, the kid-friendly project of Bouncing Souls frontman Greg Attonito and his wife Shanti Wintergate, recently appeared on Punks In Vegas’ Stripped Down Sessions.

You can watch their full three-song performance below.

The band’s sophomore album We All Shine was released in 2015 through Mike Park’s Fun Fun Records, serving as the follow-up to their 2012 debut Imagination.

Brendan Kelly possibly releasing children’s album through Fun Fun Records

During a recent interview with our friends at Punk In Vegas, Mike Park revealed he has asked Brendan Kelly of Lawrence Arms fame if he’d like to release a children’s album through his kid-friendly label Fun Fun Records.

More specifically, Park stated that he has “already talked to Brendan and he’s on board, but having him actually finish is another story altogether.”

The idea of Brendan Kelly releasing a children’s album is kinda funny to me, but I suppose it’s not that far fetched considering he is a father. Anyway, we’ll keep you posted if this story develops at all.

Music Video: Play Date (Greg Attonito and wife Shanti Wintergate) – “Sunshine Through My Window”

Play Date, the ‘kindie rock’ side-project of Bouncing Souls frontman Greg Attonito and his wife Shanti Wintergate, have released a music video for their song “Sunshine Through My Window.”

You can check it out right here.

The band’s debut album “Imagination” was released on October 9th, 2012 through Mike Park’s Fun Fun Records.

Free music: Members of Bouncing Souls, Aggrolites, MU330, more play children’s music for Mike Park’s Fun Fun Records

Click here to check out some free tracks from 3rd-wave ska punk icon Mike Park (of Skankin’ Pickle, The Chinkees, Bruce Lee Band, more) and his new label Fun Fun Records (opposite of Park’s long-running label Asian Man Records), focused on releasing children’s music from primarily well-known punk musicians.

The sampler features tracks by Dan Potthast (Mu330, Dan P & The Bricks), Kepi Ghoulie (Groovin’ Ghoulies), Jesse Wagner (The Aggrolites), Greg Antonio (The Bouncing Souls), and Mike Park himself.

Play Date (Greg Attonito and wife) stream new album “Imagination”

Play Date, the new family-friendly project from Greg Attonito (The Bouncing Souls) and his wife Shanti Wintergate, are streaming their new album “Imagination” in its entirety.

You can check it out here.

“Imagination” was released yesterday (October 9th) on Fun Fun Records.

Kepi Ghoulie to release children’s album “Kepi For Kids” on Asian Man Records sublabel Fun Fun Records

Asian Man Records/Fun Fun Records has revealed that solo pop punk dude and former Groovie Ghoulies frontman Kepi Ghoulie will be releasing a children’s album entitled “Kepi For Kids” in September. All you punk rock moms and dads can listen to the first song “Days That End In Y” over here.

Fun Fun Records is the kid-friendly appendage to Asian Man and aims to “keep the DIY PUNK ethics intact while providing quality and educational music for our kids.” The label also previously released “Smile,” the children’s album by Asian Man founder Mike Park.

Kepi last released his solo album “I Bleed Rock ‘n Roll” in November 2011.

Interview: Play Date (Greg Attonito and Shanti Wintergate) talk about children’s music, festivals, and walking through protests

I’m not a parent, but I can imagine that finding good music suitable for children that doesn’t make you want to drive nails through your ears is tough to find. Especially if you listen to punk rock, where you can try to find the radio-edit version of the album, or go the censor-it-yourself route with foghorns (what, your parents never did that?). However, now it’s getting easier to find good children’s music, with bands like Play Date, the project of Greg Attonito of The Bouncing Souls and Shanti Wintergate.

After their wildly popular appearance at Pouzza Fest’s children’s stage, Pouzza Bambino, Play Date took the time to answer some questions about children’s music, rock music, and finding themselves in the midst of a Montreal protest.  Check out the full interview here.

Founder of Asian Man Records starts new label Fun Fun Records focusing on childrens music

Mike Park, founder of long running Asian Man Records has launched a new label called Fun Fun Records, which will focus on releasing music for children and “all things positive.”  There are already releases planned from Kepi Goulie, Dan Potthast, Greg Attonito and Shanti Wintergate but no specific details other than that.

Check out their facebook page here.