The Garden, Las Rosas, White Mystery, Peach Kelli Pop, The Aquadolls, Surfbort, Olden Yolk and Bleached also responded after Burger Records responded to allegations of sexual misconduct against associated bands and employees, and ultimately shut down entirely.
The label's social media pages have been taken down, much of the music they released has been removed from streaming services, and co-founder Sean Bohrman told Pitchfork they decided to fold the label and have no plans to re-brand.
”In light of the recent allegations against Burger Records and several of the bands on their label, Total Trash Productions has made the decision to end our long-standing partnership with Burger Records. We want to express our heartfelt support for the brave women who have come forward to share their stories.”
”We ask for your patience while we look into these allegations in as thorough, professional and unbiased manner as we are able, and make responsible decisions based on what we find out,” The Growlers lead singer Brooks Nielsen writes.
Burger Records, the Fullerton, CA garage rock label (and record store and festival organizers) have announced "major structural changes" following accusations of sexual misconduct associated with artists and employees on the label...