Emily Fox

reporter from member station KEXP

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Burger Records was a garage rock record label in Orange County that built its brand on bringing rock and roll to teens and putting the spotlight on underground bands.

Inside the rise and fall of Burger Records

Burger Records was a garage rock record label in Orange County that built its brand on bringing rock and roll to teens and putting the spotlight on underground bands.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Orange County indie rock label Burger Records announced this July it would permanently shut down, ending music production, pulling records from shelves, and no longer hosting music…

Previewing the story of how Orange County’s Burger Records collapsed

Orange County indie rock label Burger Records announced this July it would permanently shut down, ending music production, pulling records from shelves, and no longer hosting music…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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