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INTERVIEW: Death Hags Reconnects With Her Untamed Self

Death Hags is the solo project of French singer-songwriter and L.A. Musician Lola G, who last month released her first single “Metal Teeth.” It’s about “women reclaiming their freedom to be angry, strange, loud and dangerous,” and it’ll appear...

TRACK OF THE WEEK: Cotillon “Alex’s Room”

Starting off with distorted guitar and indistinguishable background conversation, Cotillon’s latest single “Alex’s Room” sets listeners up for relaxation and nostalgia with this chill, fuzzy garage rock tune. It also may have listeners wondering, who is Alex, and why is anyone in...

ALBUM REVIEW: Summer Twins “Limbo”

There are few things better than pop music that uses a bright, upbeat exterior to hide a deeper, darker message, and that’s exactly what the Riverside, CA based sisters Summer Twins have created with Limbo. Consider the album name,...

BURGERAMA 4: The Femme’s List of Who to See

For those of you not too familiar with the DIY whirlwind that is Burger Records, it is a Fullerton, California-based independent record label founded back in 2007 by Sean Bohrman and Lee Rickard. Burger is most well known for...

Tomorrows Tulips Burget Records

ALBUM REVIEW: Tomorrows Tulips “When”

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The Pharmacy

ALBUM REVIEW: The Pharmacy “Spells”

Keeping the Old Flame/Burger Records ethos of bratty, summer-loving bliss alive, The Pharmacy times the release of their brand new album to perfectly coincide with the wind down of the dog days of summer. Aptly titled Spells, it’s a hypnotic,...

LIVE REVIEW: Lolipalooza @ The Echoplex (Echo Park, CA)

A show review for Lolipalooza 2014 hosted by Lolipop Records at the Echoplex in Echo Park, CA. This one-day festival featured over thirty bands from Lolipop Records, Burger Records, and Pizza Party Music.

The Muffs reunion

LIVE REVIEW: The Muffs @ Del Monte Speakeasy, Venice CA

These days, it seems no one is impervious to nineties nostalgia, least of all Burger Records, who release Whoop Dee Doo on July 29th, the first album of new material from grunge-pop aficionados The Muffs in ten years. The three-piece, consisting of...

INTERVIEW: Sean Bohrman of Burger Records

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INTERVIEW: Gap Dream’s Gabe Fulvimar

[fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”] Gabe Fulvimar neglected to bring a towel, toothbrush or dental floss on a cross-country tour...