Posts Tagged ‘burger records’

New Single from Gap Dream

strongbadLast year Gap Dream released Shine Your Light, and it was one of those albums I told everyone they need to listen to…though I doubt many listened.  Regardless, it’s nice to see Gabriel Fulvimar back again with a split-release with his touring friends, Part Time.  His side of the release offers up this really dreamy pop composition.  It’s the perfect sort of tune to comfort you this weekend, letting your mind drift away as you feel the bubbling pulse that warbles beneath the mix here.  You can buy this split 7″ from Burger Records on August 26th, or, catch the two bands traveling around the country, inclluding an Austin date on August 28th at Hotel Vegas.

The Muffs Return!

75-atlgAfter a close to 10 year hiatus, SoCal veteran rockers The Muffs are returning this year with a much anticipated full length LP of new material.  To be perfectly honest, I’m likely guilty of only knowing a few songs from the band back in the 90s, but I’ll be looking to change that after today.  If you’re like me and this is some of your first exposure to the band, check out new single “Weird Boy Next Door” and you’ll see why many a fanboy are making a big deal about the new material.  I love the fast paced, in your face pop punk style here that remains fresh while still keeping some of the 90s throwback sounds.

New album, Whoop Dee Doo, is out July 29th on Burger Records.

Kick Back with Wax Witches

10407365_876274032399540_1545523233211221811_nIt’s not like Burger Records really needs another band in their stable that’s going to blast out some summery tunes, but it looks like that’s what they’re doing with this new tune from Wax Witches; it’s the project of Alex from Bleeding Knees Club.  There’s a bratty vibrancy to the tune, fueled by amped up guitar work and simple pounding drum work.  If the line “summer’s here/lets have some fun” doesn’t get you amped about the increasing temperatures (or I guess declining since one of these guys is from Australia), then you’ll just need to run to your stereo, pump this up loud, and get yourself in the mood. Centre of Your Universe will be out on September 9th, which is too late for summer time here, but at least we’ll have this jam to rock.

More New Music From The Rich Hands

Promo_Choice_4San Antonio band The Rich Hands have received quite a bit of praise on this site and the boys are excited to share even more new music with us today.  This new track “So Fine” is yet another garage rock inspired punky tune that is hard to not like.  It’s fun, energetic, and worthy of repeat listens.  We hope you’ll enjoy it as much as we do.

New album, Out of My Head, is due out May 6th on Burger Records/Fountain Records.

Another Denney and the Jets Jam

denneyIt makes perfect sense that Seth Murray of Natural Child would team up with Denney and the Jets for this tune.  The Nashville band seems to embody the same approach, at least as of late, to writing songs that bridge the gap between garage rock and classic rock n’ roll.  This tune will be featured on the band’s forthcoming record, Mexican Coke, which is being released by Burger Records on April 8th. The record explores themes of substances use, family, rodeo clowns and loads more, tying it all into the iconic history of Tennessee songwriting.  Take a little listen.

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SXSW 2014 Interview: Burnt Ones

1913430_10151843650536330_1335524822_oThings are officially under way at the ATH offices; we’ve already caught several shows, and plan on heading out in an hour here to keep the rock n’ roll going.  But, as we close out our pre-SXSW press, we bring you this interview from Burnt Ones.  The band is just another in the long line of great Burger Records/Castleface Records coming into town this week.   Here’s the band’s answers….the rest of you have a safe week out there! Read More

SXSW 2104 Interview: Vision

visionOne of the great things about Burger Records is their continuing push for diversity in the music world. They’ve been known for garage and psych, but I don’t think LA’s Vision really fits into that.  They’ve got more of a British feel to what they’re working on, and I definitely have taken a liking to their self-titled record from last year.  For me, they’re one of the band’s I’m really interested in checking out at SXSW. Get to know them via their short and sweet answers.   Read More

SXSW 2014 Interview: The Rebel Set

rebelArizona’s The Rebel Set released a blast of a record this year, How to Make a Monster. Now it’s time for all those go-getters to track the band down and check out what they’re all about.  They’ll be playing a lot of the Burger Records sponsored events, which is their home label, but get to know the band a little bit by checking them out in our interview!  Read More

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