Burger Records will invade Barcelona and Madrid in February Burger Records have lots to celebrate: without them, a large chunk of the American garage rock would not be around. The label (now also a record store) founded in 2007 by Sean Bohrman and Lee Rickard has already gained a place in the nirvana of the genre’s fans with the hundreds of records released over the decade of its existence. Now they continue to spread their love of pogoing around the world with Burger Invasion, a one-day festival with some of the most representative bands from the label to celebrate the irreverent and incendiary spirit of its philosophy of life. There will be guitar madness unleashed for all tastes: ranging from the historical punk rock band Dwarves to the duo of twins The Garden, passing through Wand’s overwhelming psychedelia, the classical proposal from The Molochs, the reviving airs of Cotillon and the return of the evocative Younghusband after their performance at Primavera Club 2014. This will take place on Friday 17th February in the two rooms of the Apolo and on Saturday in Joy Eslava in Madrid, as well as the concerts the Burger Records experience will be completed by an abundance of merchandising and special activities all centered around the label. Two days which, for a few hours, will transform Barcelona and Madrid into miniature replicas of the Californian underground life.