During the second half of January 2013, Fullerton’s Burger Records is releasing three brand new full-length albums from three very rad artists. The garage and pop label is especially fond of the throwback cassette tape trend and has been no stranger to Bay Area music: their pledge to release a new cassette every day, part of “A Tape a Day, Ok?”, already includes local representation from Swiftumz’s lo-fi pop album Don’t Trip, as well as Traditional Fools‘ self-titled debut album.
Lead by Allie Hanlon, California rockers Peach Kelli Pop pour more than just a spoonful of sugar onto lo-fi garage pop with a self-titled sophomore album that was released on January 15th. Listen to the bouncy first single “Panchito Blues ii”:
On January 22nd, Detroit’s The Go are releasing Fiesta, the album they’re billing as their last release ever. The rock n’ roll album is the band’s 7th, pressed on your choice of a festive green, red, or orange vinyl.
Finally, on the 29th comes the least sugary album of the bunch, an LP titled Crummy Desert Sound by The Resonars, the one-man recording project by Matt Rendon.Tags: Burger Records, Peach Kelli Pop, The Go, The Resonars