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Fat Mike, Tommy, Baz and June record acoustic cover of The Muffs classic “Lucky Guy”

NoFX front-man Fat Mike joined forces with Tommy, Baz and June to record a heartfelt tribute to the late Kim Shattuck of The Muffs. The song originally appeared on the self-titled début album for The Muffs back in 1993. Kim Shattuck sadly passed away after a battle with ALS, she was just 56.

Check out the heartfelt tribute below.

Kim’s side project The Coolies released a six song EP back in the summer, all the proceeds from that album are going towards ALS research.

The Dwarves stream new album “Take Back The Night”

Today marks the release of legendary punk band The Dwarves‘ new album Take Back The Nightthrough Burger RecordsYou can give the record a listen below, and buy it here.

This is the band’s first LP since 2014’s The Dwarves Invented Rock & Roll.

The Dwarves stream new song “Devil’s Level”

Punk legends The Dwarves are streaming another song off their upcoming album Take Back the Night. The song’s called “Devil’s Level”, and you can check it out below.

Take Back the Night is due out on February 9th through Burger Records.

The Dwarves announce new album “Take Back the Night”

Punk legends The Dwarves will be releasing a new album titled Take Back the Night next February. Burger Records is handling the LP’s release.

They will also be releasing a new 7″ titled Julio this October through Riot Style. Listen to a clip of the title track below, and head over here to pre-order the EP.

Stream long lost Blag Dahlia (The Dwarves) “glam rock” side project release “Penetration Moon”

OK, so it took some digging to figure this all out but apparently Blag Dahlia, frontman of The Dwarves, had a “glam rock” side project 25 years ago called Penetration Moon that he also sang vocals for. The band only officially released one single back in 1991 but apparently had recorded an entire album’s worth of Blag originals and covers (GG Allin, Bo Carter and a bunch more I couldn’t place). For some unspecified reason these recordings were never officially released… until now.

Burger Records is releasing the album on vinyl and you can pick it up digitally on bandcamp. I gotta say, this album kinda rips! Stream it in full below.

New Music: Swimmers (formerly Emily’s Army) – “Silver Bullet”

Swimmers, the Oakland-based four-piece that you may remember from when they were called Emily’s Army, have debuted their first song since their name change. It’s called “Silver Bullet,” and you can check it out here in all its werewolf-killing glory.

“Silver Bullet” appears on Swimmers upcoming EP “Palm Trees/Silver Bullet,” which is due out March 30th on Burger Records.

The Muffs release music video for “Weird Boy Next Door”

SoCal punk veterans The Muffs have released a music video for their song “Weird Boy Next Door” and you can check it out below.

The band’s new album Whoop Dee Doo was released on July 29th through Burger Records. It serves as a follow-up to 2004′s Really Really Happy.

The Muffs stream new song “Weird Boy Next Door”

Southern California punk veterans The Muffs are streaming a new song entitled “Weird Boy Next Door,” taken from their upcoming album Whoop Dee Doo. Head over here to give it a listen.

Whoop Dee Doo is set to be released on July 29th through Burger Records. It will be The Muffs’ first full-length release in a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2004’s Really Really Happy.

The Muffs announce new album “Whoop Dee Doo,” stream new song “Up and Down Around”

Southern California punk veterans The Muffs have announced their new album Whoop Dee Doo will be released on July 29th through Burger Records. And to get you pumped for the record, they’re streaming a brand new song!

Give “Up and Down Around” a listen below.

Whoop Dee Doo will be The Muffs’ first full-length release in a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2004’s Really Really Happy.

The Muffs sign to Burger Records, to release new album

Southern California punk act The Muffs have announced they will release a new album this spring through Burger Records.

We’ll keep you posted ass more details on the release come to light. The Muffs’ last full-length album was 2004’s “Really Really Happy.”