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The Mystery Lights are originally from Salinas, California, but have moved to NYC to pursue their musical career – this could sound like a strange move since their bluesy, reverberated… 392 more words


Wyatt Blair: Powerpop Perfection

With as many releases as Burger Records lets loose every month, it’s not that surprising that I missed this gem from last year.  On “Girls”, Blair musically merges The Searchers, “Needles and Pins” (shout outs to Bono, Nitzsche and Deshannon) and The Byrds “I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better” into The Plimsouls powerpop lane, for what, in a perfect world, should have been a top 40 radio hit, providing the perfect soundtrack to everyone’s summer beach trips. 48 more words


Whoop Dee Doo is the sound you make when you go Muff diving

The world may now successfully continue to spin again, 10 years since the last record from The Muffs, I am happy to welcome into my ears “Whoop Dee Doo.” This is their sixth studio album and I honestly didn’t know what to expect from such a long gap. 455 more words


Song: Part Time - 'My Jamey'

  I really like Ariel Pink – which is probably the reason why I’m hooked on this new track by David Speck’s Part Time. It’s a subdued dose of candy shop pop mixed with the most glacial synths you’ll hear this side of the Antarctic, and riddled with a bass so sweet and funky that it’ll make your disco boots cry tears of glee. 15 more words

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The Rich Hands- Out of My Head (LP)

Having been at it for a number of years, The Rich Hands are a seasoned three-piece band out of San Antonio, Texas with a penchant for powerful pop licks delivered with a garagey punch. 476 more words



Burger shows rarely disappoint, and Burger-A-Go-Go was no exception. The festivities included big acts gracing the Observatory stage such as Best Coast, Bleached, and Shannon and the Clams. 78 more words

Cherry Glazer

I wrote about/interviewed the band Cherry Glazer. 2 of the 3 members are still in high school! Below, check out their ode to grilled cheese.

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