The Atlanta native garage/punk rock band the Coathangers are at the top of the ticket for the Burger-A-Go-Go West Coast tour. This is the first year that the tour is hitting the road as a tour. The band also recently announced some tour dates with Minus the Bear.
Burger Records is the independent record label that has prided itself on helping new and lesser-known bands get their foot in the door of the music industry. Founded by two musicians themselves, Sean Bohrman and Lee Rickard formerly of the band Thee Makeout Party, both Bohrman and Rickard brought the perspective and insight from one aisle of the industry and record labels to other side; they went from creating the albums to helping others do the same.
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The third album of the Nashville created-gone to New York band, the Sufis, title “After Hours.” The album, released on Burger Records, is the first of band since they moved from Nashville, to New York. It focuses on “contrasts,” says the Sufis’ Calvin Laporte, as many of the songs were written and composed during the after hours, after long days of work. The contrast starts with the album’s cover photo, shot by California-based photographer, Sasha Eisenman.