Arizona’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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For those of you living outside of Austin, please pay attention. For those of you already here, you’re hopefully familiar with Austin’s John Wesley Coleman. His solo work and his work with The Golden Boys remain a constant in this city, and we briefly caught up with him to get a few words before he starts playing all over town. Check out what he had to say in response to our questions. Read More
We’ve been hyping up local San Antonio boys The Rich Hands for awhile now and we’re excited to call these almost locals ATH approved. You may have heard their style before, but I think the guys are providing a fresh take on the indie-pop genre. Expect quick, guitar driven songs complete with short and catchy choruses to make music in your ears. I can’t find any reason not to like this.
New album, Out of My Head, is due out May 6th on Burger Records/Fountain Records. Also, check our SXSW interview from the band elsewhere on the site.
It’s been a crazy couple of weeks, and with SXSW a week away, things don’t look to be slowing down. In all that nonsense I’ve missed a few tracks I wanted to share with you today, both which feature incredible female singers. The first is a jam from The Courtneys, who’ve just put this Cassingle out via Burger Records, as well as signing up for a tour with Tegan and Sara.
The second track comes from the much-anticipated debut from Fear of Men record, Loom. It’s another sign of good things to come, and is actually being release as a limited single via Art Is Hard Records. The official LP comes out on April 22 via Kanine.
We caught up with Wyatt Shears, one of the dudes in The Garden. The band is one of the many acts celebrating the extremely hard work of Burger Records. After reading over their answers, you can jam to a song off a limited Halloween Cassette, plus check out a few of their dates as they head into town.
Pizza Time is the Denver-based product of one David Pizza. Not only does he like to rock the pizza rep, but he also spends a great deal of his time offering punk rock in Spanish. He’s done some releases with the most excellent cats over at Burger Records (though I wonder if they had issue with the band name, but I suppose Burger Time was already taken). Anyways, David is on his way to Austin for a great SXSW, so read on for his thoughts about the festival.
With a slew of labels coming into town for SXSW, perhaps there is none more hard-working than the guys over at Burger Records. They’ve got tons of bands to work with, and they try and organize a big weekend-long extravaganza so you can get your fill of their wide variety of acts. We’re helping them spread the word by interviewing tons of these bands, and today, our interview brings us to Peach Kelli Pop. Read on below. Read More