|📅 Released||2 February 2018|
|Studio||Trax East, in South Brunswick, New Jersey|
Eight Sixteen Studios
|🏷️ Label||Mint 400 Records|
|🤑 Producer||Pat Noon, Yawn Mower|
|Yawn Mower chronology|
Waffle House is the third compilation EP from the American rock band Yawn Mower.
The two-track remix EP was released on digital download with Mint 400 Records, on 2 February 2018. The original tracks were recorded at Trax East in South Brunswick, New Jersey, with mixing by Pat Noon. Yawn Mower and Noon worked on the remixes at Eight Sixteen Studios during most of 2017, by stripping and altering the songs, "in the hopes they would be easier to spit fire and hot sauce over." Waffle House contains songs from previous Yawn Mower albums, with remixing from the alternative hip hop group Das Racist rapper, Kool A.D., and from artists on the Ocean County Collective, Trapbang, Matty Pasq, Kon Sweetie, and Dey Bishop. Additional instrument performance and arragement is by John Muccino. The album cover character illustration is by Beth Papalcure, with layout design by Biff Swenson.
For an interview for the EP with Institute for Nonprofit News, Mike Chick says "I love rock. I love hip-hop. You can always find good music if you look hard enough," and Swenson notes that "we find ourselves listening to just as much, if not more hip-hop, on our way to shows." In CoolDad Music, Jim Appio says that for "Convenience Store," Trapbang "put their own lyrics to the original and absolutely killed it."
|1.||"Convenience Store"||MattyPasq, Kon Sweetie, and Dey Bishop||4:09|
|2.||"When Do We Get to Cash in?"||Kool A.D.||2:07|
- Mike Chick – vocals and baritone guitar
- Biff Swenson – drums, percussion and vocals
- Additional musicians
- Kool A.D. – vocals on "When Do We Get to Cash in?"
- MattyPasq, Kon Sweetie, and Dey Bishop – vocals on "Convenience Store"
- John Muccino – organ and electric piano
- Appio, Jim (February 2018), "Premiere: Yawn Mower Rap Remixes Featuring TrapBang and Kool A.D.", CoolDad Music, retrieved 19 April 2019
- Makin, Bob (13 September 2018a), "Makin Waves with Yawn Mower: 'Hey Babe, It's Local Summer'", Institute for Nonprofit News, retrieved 19 April 2019
- Makin, Bob (25 January 2018b), "Makin Waves", The Aquarian Weekly, retrieved 19 April 2019