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Week 2: The High Curbs "Empty Bottles" | Volcom Cyber Singles Club
Burger Records x Volcom present Cyber Singles Club, features music from the newest breed of Burger Records stars in the making, recorded exclusively at Volcom Studio, and will be released for free download & streaming every Monday for 20 weeks beginning April 17th. Make sure you grab the 1st week's download - The Side Eyes "Cat Call" Week 2: The High Curbs - "Empty Bottles" Cyber Singles Club by The High Curbs Having arrived from the Inland Empire like a wild fire, The High Curbs have been busier than ever. But how did it all start? Before they ever worked with Burger Records (Burger released The High Curbs second full length, Marcelo Cleveland on cassette in July 2016), the band were already fans... initially connected through the internet. "Literally, if you have Soundcloud, then you know Burger Records" explained singer Eduardo Moreno, "that's really it." Meeting Sean and Lee and the Burger Records crew in person didn't take much more effort either. "We just went in the store and annoyed the shit out of them... we would just walk in and ask them if they have any shows you could throw us on?". It's much harder to ignore someone in real life as opposed to pestering them on social media... "That [social media] doesn’t work" the band all agreed. It also helps to make friends with other bands on Burger. "Be friends with a band that's on Burger and tell them to record you", said Eduardo. "That's what we did," added drummer Aaron Korbe. The band recorded their debut self-titled EP with Facundo Bermudez, better known as Cundo, who sent Sean the recordings that first put The High Curbs on Burger's radar. But admittedly "things got lost in the shuffle for a year or two" remembered Sean and The High Curbs would go on to self release that EP as well as their follow up full length, Weight Problems. But The High Curbs persistence would pay off. They recorded their second full-length with Audacity's (one of the original bands on Burger Records) Matt Schmalfeld, who then sent the recordings to Sean who thought "they ruled" and "that's when The High Curbs became part of the Burger Fam!" he exclaimed. Part of the NOW SOUND of Burger Records today, The High Curbs hit the Volcom Studio to record a brand new song for the Cyber Singles Club. Entitled "Empty Bottles", the song's about being on tour and is a full blast of garage-punk rock and roll that shows why the band are ready to hit the road every chance they get. As an added bonus, The High Curbs, also made a music video for the song.
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Week 1: The Side Eyes "Cat Call" | Volcom Cyber Singles Club
Burger Records x Volcom present Cyber Singles Club, features music from the newest breed of Burger Records stars in the making, recorded exclusively at Volcom Studio, and will be released for free download & streaming every Monday for 20 weeks beginning April 17th. Week 1: The Side Eyes - "Cat Call" Cyber Singles Club by The Side Eyes The Side Eyes' origin story is sort of ordinary. "We all met at Burgerama," says bassist Chris. It's happened a thousand times over, a group of people meet and things just click and next thing they know they've devised a plan to start a band together. It was no different for the members of The Side Eyes explained guitarist Kevin, "... and that's when we wanted to do it... like, we want to do this. We're starting a band,". That was March of 2015 at Burgerama 4 at The Observatory, a festival with an atmosphere so electrifying who knows how many bands were spawned that day. "It looked very doable. You could see this kinda scene forming. It was really amazing. It really drew me in." remembered Astrid, the band's singer. The Side Eyes' wild, youthful swagger quickly made them darlings in the Los Angeles underground. And it wasn't long before word of the band made its way back to Sean and Lee at Burger Records, soon finding themselves booked at Burger-a-Go-Go that summer and exactly one year later back at the Observatory set to play one of the seven nights of the 2016 Burger/Observatory anniversary shows. "We heard about The Side Eyes through Jeff McDonald of one of our all-time favorite bands Redd Kross!" explained Sean. Now it just so happens that Astrid is the daughter of Jeff and it was the recordings that the band made with Jeff's brother Steve that would eventually become The Side Eyes debut self-titled release on Burger Records. Burger's all about keeping it in the family. For their contribution to the Cyber Singles Club the band choose to re-record the first song, "Cat Call", from their debut release. Propelled by singer Astrid McDonald's fierce vocal delivery over the muscular fury created from the brotherly band of shredders, Chris and Kevin Devine, and backed by the speedy hands of drummer Nick Arnold, The Side Eyes create a fury fitting for the message... no time spared for stupid cat calls. In addition to re-recording "Cat Calls", The Side Eyes also laid down four more songs during their session at Volcom Studio and as a little bonus we're including the scorching new as-yet unreleased song "Teenage Jerks" below for you to enjoy in all it's goofy green-screen glory.
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Why Blister? Why Anything? - Noa Deane Gets "Deep"
Don't call it surf rock! When Noa Deane isn’t surfin’ he can usually be found with a guitar in his hands channeling his alt-rock heroes Mudhoney and Melvins. Last September Noa recorded his first EP entitled barbie69 entirely by himself at his parents house in their kitchen and put it up on Bandcamp. Jamming the album for a while now, the more we listened, the more we wanted to know. So over the course of a few txt msgs we got Noa shine a little light on his music background. When did you first start playing music? What was the first instrument you learned on? When I was about 12, I had a red Fender Squire Stratocaster. You recorded the album in your parents house, what did you record on? Yeah it was in the downstairs kitchen using Garageband. You play guitar left-handed, but drum right-handed. Which hand do you write with? I write with my right hand. I guess I have a few wires crossed in my brain. Heard you own a cello, do you play that one regular or goofy? Bought one and never play it, haha. Any Aussie musicians you look up to or have influenced you? Inxs is sick and I like Silverchair too. Why Blister? Why anything? haha How’s the album doing? You only need to sell 35,000 to get a gold record in Australia, do you already know where you are going to hang yours? It's going alright. Sold $400 bucks worth, but I'll never sell that many. Haha Below's a little taste of Blister live last week in Manly, Australia during Volcom's epic week long takeover of the Hotel Steyne during Riders Week. Give Noa and Blister a follow on Instagram for more.
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Volcom X Hotel Steyne Riders Week – Day 5 & 6 Photo Gallery
The week of madness that was our take over at Hotel Steyne Manly has come to an end, but we most definitely went out with a bang! Friday night was a little more mellow on the scale of the week. We had our daily trivia running with lots of prizes won and we saw the bands Los Tones supported by Jackie Brown Jnr. Saturday was turned up to ELEVEN on the scale with “The Paradise Club” party combined with STAB went down up at the Moonshine bar with performances by Noa’s band Blister, Droid’s band Power Lunch and Ozzie! The queue for the Hotel Steyne was one of the biggest lines ever seen and the night was one for the history books.
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Volcomgratulations To Our Team
The Volcom Family is a wildly diverse group of talented human beings: surfers, skaters, riders, musicians, artists, and committed creative individuals who simply refuse to settle. They are more than just dreamers. They are doers. The diehards. Pushing it further. Sweating every detail, unwilling to relent. They are uniquely driven souls whose actions speak much louder than words. Charging forward in all environments and fueled by an unyielding dedication to craft. This crew—our crew—is the raw embodiment of Volcom’s TRUE TO THIS ideology. Channeling their energy, their potential, and their passion. They are collectively shaping tomorrow, today. Volcomgratulations to our team. photo: Daniel Cabral
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Mayhem at Laneway Festival Sydney!
General life /Adult rules don’t apply at a Festival. Once inside, everything you know about outside the fence is to stay as is; outside the fence. If you’re ready to leave your inhibitions at the gate, dance like a fool, drink many many different drinks and talk to strangers all day long  then you’ll have a life change-ingly epic time! Our Women’s crew spent the day doing exactly that at the Sydney Laneway Festival – watching the likes of Tame Impala, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Dune Rats, Gang Of Youths, Genesis Owusu, Glass Animals, Jagwarma, Jess Kent, Julia Jacklin, Sampa The Great and loads more… the girl gang we sent along including Ainsley of Sticks & Stones Agency, Tegan Phillipa & Tallulah Morton had a crazy good time… check out our photos from a day of friendly mayhem! Follow for more! @volcomwomens_oz @sticks_and_stones_agency @teganphillipa @tallulahmorton Tallulah wears: Tegan wears: Simply solid One piece – not just for swimmimg! Ainsley Wears: