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the tremolo beer gut - le jacquet (under the covers with...)
the mariños - rootin' around for ramona (single)
los yetis con jeans - a ricardo (los cuates del ritmo)
danny amis & twin tones - showdown (super spy western tones)

randy holden - malibu run (cowabunga! the surf box)
surf teens - lalini wipe out (surf mania)
dave myers & the surf tones - road to rincon (hangin' twenty)
the crossfires - fiberglass jungle (out of control)
freddie king - the stumble (let's hide away and dance away)

the pistolrays - enforcer (corona del mar)

From: 09/15/2014 - 07:13
Tags: playlist

Docteur Legume tends to like to accompany his songs with vintage mash-up videos so Youtube is his medium of choice, but it's been well over a year since we've heard anything new.  To be honest, I was getting worried. Worry not, we've got a new slinky track!

From: 09/14/2014 - 07:41

Aaron & the Burrs just put out a on Feral Kid records. I was a big fan of their previous work: good melodies and energy. Also I believe, though I might have made this up entirely, that they're behind the surf instro zine . Stream it on bandcamp!

From: 09/13/2014 - 16:02

Admittedly I'm having a hell of a time finding out about these guys. I'm not even certain that this is a new release, but it only showed up on Bandcamp yesterday. Good trad surf from Valencia, Spain with a nice helping of reverb. Listen to a stream after the jump!

From: 09/12/2014 - 07:45

Phantom Four's is easily one of my favorite instrumental releases this year, and so they've given us just a little bit more of that with a new EP featuring unreleased sections from Mandira including a song we haven't heard before (Esperanza) and alternate takes from some of their other material. Go ahead and give it a listen

From: 09/11/2014 - 08:03


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