Perfectly self-described as “super-fast post-punk type stuff with vox that’ll make you look at the person next to you and be like ‘woah dude,’” Appleseeds is as quiet and avoidable from a promotional sense as its music is loud and contagious. Still, it’s hard to look past the band’s latest release. Following up its 2012 self-titled album (we’re not counting the awesome 2014 album SALT, which is so limited that we don’t know anybody with a copy), the band is back with half of the GO MILK YOURSELF seven-inch split, in which Fly Steffens provides concrete vocals atop warm analog-recorded guitars and drums on three songs.

Fellow Milwaukee punk rockers Strange Matter (featuring Anthony Schwader of Holy Shit!) occupy the other half of the record, which will be available during a dual release show Sunday, November 23 at Circle A Cafe at 8 p.m. Only 300 records are available.

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Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.