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Middle-Aged Queers

Middle-Aged Queers announce new album, release first single

Oakland, CA's Middle-Aged Queers (ex-Flipper, Fang, Yaphet Kotto, etc.) have announced they will be releasing a new album this spring. Too Fag For Love is due out March 14th via their vanity label Outpunk Records, in conjunction with Sell The Heart Records.

As part of the announcement the band has released the lead track from the album, "Gary's Making Biscuits," as their new single. MAQ also has a series of gigs scheduled throughout the coming months. You can check out the new track, and those dates, below.

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Atom and His Package

Atom & His Package releases first new track in 15 years via This Might Be a Podcast

Atom & His Package, Philadelphia synth punk legend, has released his first new track since retiring in 2004. Adam Goren, the man behind the long-running popular solo act, returned to Punknews’ show This Might Be a Podcast to talk with host Greg Simpson about songs by John Linnell (of They Might Be Giants), and the two decided to cover one together. On the song “Montana,” you’ll hear a speedy punk take on the 1999 power pop track, with Adam taking the lead with vocals, guitar and drum programming and Greg filling in most of the synths and doing background vocals. It was mixed and mastered by Greg at Velour Underground Studios.

The song debuted on a Patreon exclusive episode for the show, but it’s been made available on bandcamp for free to stream or download.

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