AP is hearing from sources that Keep A Breast will be launching a special music project, titled Music For Boobies. In conjuncture with Rude Records, the venture is aiming to raise funds in support of the company’s charity actions against breast cancer in the music community. Music For Boobies will contain a slew of previously unreleased tracks from many big names within the international alt-rock scene. 

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While no bands have been revealed as of yet, the project is continually gaining more and more support every day. Those who follow are some individuals already backing: Brett Gurewitz (Epitaph), Joe Sib and Bill Armstrong (SideOneDummy), Scott Cohen (The Orchard), Kevin Lyman (Warped Tour), Ash Avildsen (Sumerian Records), Neil Warnock (The Agency group) and Matt Hensley (Flogging Molly/professional skateboarder). 

Music For Boobies is due out by the end of 2015. Further details can be found over at the project's official website.