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Hear Three Burger Records Jams: New Music From the Go, Peach Kelli Pop, and the Resonars

Three songs from three full-lengths due this month on the landmark California garage-rock label

picture-18149-1379434580David Bevan // January 15, 2013

Fullerton, California’s Burger Records has long been home to up-and-coming hooksmiths (see: Ty Segall, Fletcher C. Johnson, Black Lips, King Tuff and Harlem). It’s a label whose garage-rock pedigree is on a level with the likes of In The Red, Goner, HoZac and Douchemaster. Currently halfway through their month-long campaign to release a cassette every day in January, they’ve also got three full-lengths from three very gifted outfits on the way as well: Ottawa native Allie Hanlon’s Peach Kelli Pop project unfurls its self-titled sophomore effort today; the Go, whose lineup once included Jack White, is uncaging FIESTA on January 22; and Matt Rendon’s one-man noise-making unit, the Resonars, will unleash Crummy Desert Sound January 29. Hear highlights from all three: 

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