Most surfwear companies-cum-record labels don't offer up the most eclectic mix of music, staying firmly in the realm of bro'd-out neo-punk you'd expect to hear bumpin' out of a Bad Boy-stickered monster truck on Garnet Avenue. But most surf labels aren't owned by an upright bass-slappin', honky tonk-lovin' good ole boy like Jim Austin (Bartender's Bible, Golden Hill Ramblers). Austin's RedRoom Records, an offshoot of Redsand Clothing, has distinguished itself and defied pigeonholing by releasing EPs from Reeve Oliver, Bartender's Bible, fluf and Bad Credit. This tradition is exemplified in their latest release, Happy Holidays From Your Good Pals at Redsand, a Christmas comp not to be relegated (like so many should) to overflowing bins at used CD stores. It includes tracks from some of the city's best and some promising newcomers-Anya Marina, Hedley, Dewscanso and most of the aforementioned acts, including the Ramblers, who play toe-tapping hillbilly country music so convincing you have to see it them to believe it wasn't recorded 50 years ago. RedRoom celebrates the album's release with performances by Buckfast Superbee, Reeve Oliver, Anya Marina, Golden Hill Ramblers and Bartenders Bible at the Belly Up, 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 17. $7. 858-481-8140.