would you mind elaborating on your comment about burger records? I have seen some problematic art/artists come through burger (ex. the t-tops) but also a lot of art/artists I've found no problem with who I'd like to continue to support. is the issue more with the label/shop itself? I'd love to hear your take!
i definitely think there are some good artists affiliated with burger records but the label promotes this non-intellectual, non-diverse partying culture. a lot of their bands consist of horrible people and i think that’s definitely a reflection of them…they’re trying to give off southern california carefree drunk surfer vibes and it’s so bro-y and gross.