Category Archives: Music

Happy Holidays from Burger Records

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TIRED OF THE SAME OLD CHRISTMAS SONGS??? WANNA SPICE UP YOUR FAVORITES OF THE SEASON??? CHECK OUT BURGER RECORD’S HOLIDAY MIX FEATURING SEASONAL SONGS FROM SOME OF YOUR FAVE BURGER BANDS AND BEYOND!!!

The FUZZ on 93.5 FM

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Laguna Beaches’ only FM station 93.5 is a brilliant supply of killer tunage. Our favorite show, The FUZZ is an underground music ride hosted by the legend Corey Brindley. He plays everything from garage to psych and outsider blues…sometimes even punk. This show is a guaranteed golden supply of tracks you’ve never heard. For all of those in Laguna Beach, it airs Monday nights at 9pm. For those of you residing outside of Laguna, you can get all of these kick-ass shows by podcast or at the 93.5 website. Make sure to give this one a listen, you’ll get FUZZED!! After you get FUZZED you can listen to the iriest show on earth, Laguna Roots Reggae selected by RAS-STAFF-I, the rootsiest dogg around! Laguna Roots Reggae airs on 93.5FM at 10PM Monday nights. You can get all the roots on the 93.5 website! JAH!

It Might Get Loud

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It Might Get Loud is a killer rock-n-roll documentary showcasing three legends, The Edge (U2), Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), and Jack White (The White Stripes). These three axe gods talk about their lives growing up under the rhythm of rock-n-roll, and how they got to where they are today. Don’t miss out on this mind-altering electric smash!

Watch it on YouTube here!!!

NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL BURGER

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Your favorite record shop Burger Records, has just released a 30 track set of Burger favorites. The mix includes songs from The Memories, The Garden, La Luz, Shannon and the Clams, and many more. Make sure to give this one a spin, you may find a jam or two that get you booking on over to Burger!

74° and Partly Cloudy

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Overboard is a yacht rock crew out of L.A., consisting of Waldo, Hoff, Dan from Cosmic Kids, and Dirty Dave. “We can be found vibing out at daytime pool parties in San Diego and L.A., where we play the hits but also like to unearth some soft rock gems.” This is their first mix recorded together and it is perfect for kicking it beachside with a coldie in hand.

Promenade Solitaire: Cowboys From Sweden

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The Cowboys From Sweden are back with a roller coaster of cinematic delight. This compilation is a lonely drive through the hills of highs and lows, featuring tons of vibrant instrumentals and moody vocals. ‘Promenade Solitaire’ is meant to be listened to alone and studied, it is not for social gatherings nor get-togethers. This mix is for the more experienced and hard-listener. It’s pretty heavy French shit…most of you will not enjoy. However, there may be one or two out there that indulge deeply into this mix, alongside a glass of wine and some cheese.

DL: The Cowboys From Sweden – Promenade Solitaire

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‘I am pleased to announce that another brand new mix by The Cowboys From Sweden is complete! The mix is called “Promenade Solitaire”, named after an Ennio Morricone track featured in the mix. The title pretty much sums up the feel of this mix perfectly. Themes for solitude, themes for walking alone. This mix has been my company on my daily walks through the park (usually at around sunset or after dark) this whole year. The overall feel is sentimental, lonely, highly classical and sometimes triumphant. There are plenty of obscure tracks to be found here that have been lost over time, so hopefully much of this music is new to you, since I had to dig pretty deep for some of these gems. The mix is dominated by dark classical melodies and lush groovy arrangements from mostly French and Italian composers and pop icons. Lots of big vocals and moody instrumentals that are sure to steal your breath. This might be the moodiest mix by the Cowboys from Sweden to date. I sincerely hope that you enjoy it. I would strongly suggest that you listen to it in headphones while walking alone at night. Perhaps then you will hear what I hear…’