Philly punk faves The Dead Milkmen have returned with an eclectic new charity record via The Giving Groove

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Since the the mid 80s Philly’s Dead Milkmen have purveyors of punk rock and pop mixed with biting satire. Today, they have released a new EP called Welcome To The End of The World through the charity label The Giving Groove. The six-song EP contains a mix of styles; oddball arrangements and bass-heavy grooves, songs about Swedish ghosts and the pitfalls of falling in love too easily.

In collaboration with the Giving Groove, the Milkmen will give half of all the album proceeds from Welcome To The End of The World to Girls Rock Philly. The band also announced a remix contest where fans can go to town on the stems from “Brutalist Beat,” with the winner receiving a TASCAM Track Factory recording system, DP-006 digital recorder, TH-MX2 studio headphones, custom FM synth patches created by Rodney Anonymous, signed test pressings, t-shirts, and more.

Full details and rules for the contest are available at thegivinggroove.com; listen to Welcome to the End of the World below.

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