‘Airplane Tracks’ by Burdocks ready to take off

January 18, 2016 in news

Originally released on Out Of Touch Records in 2003, the EP helped cement the band as one of the most entertaining and exciting bands to emerge from Halifax since the original pop explosion. With a sound that moved from the math rock June of 44 to the pop stylings of Modest Mouse, ‘Airplane Tracks’ has been re-mastered by Noah Mintz at Lacquer Channel and will be pressed on 180 gram white vinyl, with updated artwork by Yorodeo. Limited to 300 copies, this one will move fast, so order yours today here.

The Burdocks - Airplane tracks
Greville Tapes Music Club - Volume II, coming soon to a town near you
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Tim Lidster started Label Obscura to help rationalize and justify his ever growing collection of records. When he's not listening, thinking, or writing about music, he enjoys getting out and exploring the city with his family.

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