Sean Borhman and Lee Rickard founded Burger Records in 2007 as a way to release albums by their own band, Thee Makeout Party, but soon discovered they enjoyed releasing their friends’ records even more. Six years later, Burger stands as a testament to the power of pure, boundless enthusiasm about music. All of the bands on Burger bury pop hooks beneath layers of fuzz, and the label feels like a living document of below-the-radar indie rock. It is a multicolored cartoon universe worth getting lost in.
By Wondering Sound Staff on 11.21.14 in News
Consider Yacht Club: a group formed by two friends, Ben Cook and Matt DeLong. Cook plays guitar in Fucked Up, DeLong is a session guitarist for Tina Turner on tour and both are in Toronto hardcore punk band No Warnin...
By Jewly Hight on 05.23.14 in Features
Jewly Hight talks with the Atlanta singer about his debut album 'Soul Power.'
By Andrew Parks on 05.08.14 in News
As longtime supporters of Light in the Attic and Burger Records, we couldn't be more psyched about a looming collaboration between the two that also happens to tap into the 'tape revival' that started a few years back. S...
By Dan Epstein on 05.06.14 in Reviews
Before launching his solo career, Curtis Harding collaborated with both CeeLo Green and members of the Black Lips — a combination that might seem a bit odd on paper, but makes perfect sense once you give hear the Michiga...