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Skydeck Are the Melbourne Duo Making Surreal Anti-Capitalist Pop

Skydeck, signed to Dinosaur City/Burger Records and comprising members of Ciggie Witch and Pregnancy, point towards off-beat post punk on their debut single "Live Bait," premiering on Noisey today.


John Waters Is the Filthy Uncle of Punk

The Pope of Trash talks Trump, PC culture, and the meaning of punk ahead of hosting Burger Boogaloo's punk rock extravaganza.


Making Out in the Shower Is Wonderful: Here's Cosmonauts Video for "Party at Sunday"

This song is everything a work day is not: languid, sexy, magical.


Shred up All Your Bad Moods with Pink Mexico's New Album 'Fool'

Stream the Brooklyn act's Burger Records debut right now on Noisey, and work through all your malaise.


PREMIERE: Death Valley Girls Are A Revolution, Sexual and Otherwise, On "I'm a Man Too"

It's the second track from the four-piece's new LP, 'Glow in the Dark'.


Tomorrows Tulips Premiere Their Grimy Video for "Walk Away"

The Burger Records band loves to bum you out.


Sex, Drugs, and Mantyhose: Enter the Twisted Kitsch of Seth Bogart's Wacky Wacko World

The former Hunx and His Punx frontman goes John Waters-meets-'Pee-wee's Playhouse' on his self-titled solo debut.


Garage Punk and Contemporary Dance Collide in Virgin Kids' Video for "Cracks in a Colour"

Inspired by Dario Argento's 1977 horror cult classic 'Suspiria' and directed by Joseph Daniel Wilson, "Cracks In A Colour" follows two dancers thrashing their way around a council estate in drag.


Satirize Your Scene: LA's Adult Books Call It How They See It on 'Running from the Blows'

The LA DIY favorites share their new album, out March 4.


PREMIERE: Stare Into Peach Kelli Pop's "Heart Eyes" and Never Look Back

Watch the band charm a jaded punk rocker into joining their girl gang.


PREMIERE: The Shivas Slow it Down from Surf-Rock to Twee-Pop on "Gun In My Pocket"

Portland's The Shivas revisit an old single with fresh eyes.


Meet Burger Records' Newest Act: Billie Joe Armstrong's Son Jakob Danger

This 17 year old loves The Strokes and Beach Fossils way more than dear ol' dad's music. We called him after school for a chat.