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I Voted For Kodos announce album, launch Kickstarter

Wisconsin ska/pop punk act I Voted For Kodos have announced plans to release a new album, to be funded via Kickstarter. Check out the project details and donate over here.

The band will host an album release show on August 31st in Madison, Wisconsin, also featuring Survay Says!, 4 Aspirin Morning and Noises. For more details, head over here.



I Voted For Kodos streaming upcoming 7″

Midwest pop punk/ska outfit I Voted For Kodos but recently headed back into the studio to record three new tracks for a 7″ entitled “Dear Chris Demakes, I’m Also Never Going Back to New Jersey.”

You can listen to the whole thing below.

A release party will be held on November 30th in Madison, Wisconsin. 4 Aspirin Morning and Something To Do will open the show. For more details, head over here.



I Voted For Kodos (ska) reunite, stream title track off upcoming 7-inch

Long-running Midwest pop punk/ska outfit I Voted For Kodos called it quits back in 2007, but recently headed back into the studio to record three new tracks for a 7″ entitled “Dear Chris Demakes, I’m Also Never Going Back to New Jersey.” Today we’re pleased to present the title track, which you can stream below.

A release party will be held on November 30th in Madison, Wisconsin. 4 Aspirin Morning and Something To Do will open the show. For more details, head over here.

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I Voted For Kodos (pop punk/ska) announces reunion show, releasing new 7″

Defunct Madison, Wisconsin ska/pop punk outfit I Voted For Kodos has announced a reunion show in late November, to be accompanied by the release of a 7″ featuring two brand new songs and one B-side from the band’s 2006 record “My New Obsession.” Wisconsin ska bands 4 Aspirin Morning and Something To Do will open the show. For more details, head over here.

This will be the band’s first live appearance since their original run from 1999-2007. During their career, the band released two full length albums, “Close Enough For Ska” (2001) and “My New Obsession” and one EP, “Not Penis Cream” (2003) all via Snapdragon Records. The band broke up following the release of 2007’s “If You Can’t Make It Big…Just Give Up!,” a best-of/B-sides and rarities compilation.

4 Aspirin Morning and Something To Do both released their latest full lengths in 2012, titled “Cash Poor, Liquor Rich” and “Music For Fine Dining,” respectively.