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Hidden Home Records Release Second Label Compilation For Pay-What-You-Want

The folks over at Hidden Home Records have released their second label comp, “Do You Remember Punk Rock Comps? Vol. 2.”

The release is available for “pay-what-you-want” on the HHR Bandcamp.

It features unreleased tracks by MCKC, Urban Outfielders, Watashi Wa Dance PartyAudio KarateFilthy Heartsand more, as well as known songs from the label’s collective discography.

Fans of Punk-O-Rama, Fat Music for Fat People, and Hopelessly Devoted To You and sure to find some new favorite bands on this. You can stream the compilation below.

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Wicked Bears to Release Full-Length Album on October 13th

Salt Lake City pop punk band Wicked Bears announced the release of their first full-length album, “Tuning Out,” on October 13th through Hidden Home Records.

To celebrate, the band is doing a release show at the Beehive Social Club in SLC with fellow Hidden Home band Pop Warner and locals Cat Ghost Formerly Known as Ghost Cat and Sunsleeper.

No other details have been announced yet but you can stream the band’s last release, a self-titled EP, here.

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Problem Daugher, Caskitt, and more on “Stay Human” Compilation for Charlottesville

A digital compilation entitled “Stay Human” was released for pay-what-you-want yesterday with all proceeds going to the Brody Jewish Center in Charlottesville, Virginia. The compilation is a direct response to last month’s Neo-Nazi rally that resulted in the life of one protestor in Charlottesville.

Included on the compilation are a variety of punk bands and artists, including MC Lars, Ogikubo Station, Problem Daughter, Caskitt, Pop Warner, and Western Settings.

You can learn more about the Brody Jewish Center here. Download the 21-track compilation by clicking here or stream it below.

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Provo Punks Pop Warner Stream EP


Utah beard punks Pop Warner are streaming their new self-titled EP in full, available tomorrow through Hidden Home Records.

The band has a sound refreshingly familiar for fans of older No Idea Records releases, giving a new take on the style Gainesville vets Hot Water Music and Small Brown Bike created over a decade ago. Who knows – maybe next year you’ll be able to find them on the Fest lineup!

You can listen to the EP below. CDs and tapes can be found at Hidden Home’s webstore or purchased from the band directly on their upcoming west coast tour (see dates below).

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