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Burger Records is proud to announce the digital release of our massive compilation ‘QUARANTUNES: Songs From Self-Isolation’ on Thursday, April 16th at 6:00 p.m. PST. ‘QUARANTUNES’ is a 7-volume series featuring over 140 different artists with all songs written and recorded by the artists over the past three weeks.

All funds from sales of individual tracks and compilation volumes will go directly to the artists. Furthermore, Burger Records will be covering all fees associated with posting and selling the music to maximize the amount artists make. We came up with the idea for the compilation as a way to help artists earn money with their music while they are unable to play live and make the best of a bad situation in difficult times. Executed in true over-the-top Burger style, ‘QUARANTUNES: Songs From Self-Isolation’ is a DIY music event and an audio time capsule of one of the strangest and scariest periods of modern history.


Each track in the QUARANTUNES: Songs From Self-Isolation compilation will be available for purchase on Bandcamp for $2.00. ‘QUARANTUNES’ volumes 1-7 will be available to purchase for $20.00 each.

released April 16th, 2020

All songs unreleased, recorded during lockdown and about this whole crazy situation we’re all in. #stayhome #staysafe.

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No Curtains by Dahga Bloom  on  Captcha Records

Although technically this was actually released on cassette in December last year, this album didn’t really come to prominence until Captcha Records released it on vinyl and CD at the end of last year. And what a beast of an album it is; it certainly hits the spot….and hits in hard. The whole album is so heavy, caked in fuzz and reverb, and the pace is frenetic. Guitar riffs merge with distorted vocals and a fearsome beat that never seems to pause for breath. This is an album that comes at you at full pelt and doesn’t let up.