Burger Records, the prolific, Fullerton-based label and store, continues to release so many CDs, LPs and even cassettes (!) that this daylong festival can barely contain the numerous garage, punk, indie and power-pop bands on its roster. The bill is headlined by Best Coast, with their summer-centric, effusively sunny pop songs, and the contrastingly shadowy, black-shrouded reveries of Dum Dum Girls. Highlights range from the '60s girl-group yearning of Shannon & the Clams and the colorfully slinky, new-wave explorations of Raw Geronimo to the hazily ethereal melodies of Colleen Green and the lo-fi pop valentines sweetly cooed by Summer Twins. Local punk-pop trio The Muffs balance their crushing waves of fuzz chords with Kim Shattuck's Beatlesesque melodies and sardonic, Ray Davies–style lyrics on Whoop Dee Doo, their first album in a decade.

Sat., Aug. 2, 4 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 08/02/14)

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