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Stream This

January 16, 2015


From the depths of the SOTO inbox, I present to you your weekly serving of the latest and greatest album streams and videos.  Enjoy.


Please note that the majority of the streams expire as soon as the albums are released, so don’t wait too long to check them out.

ALBUM OF THE WEEK ➡ Sleater-Kinney – No Cities To Love

Viet Cong – Self Titled
Menace Beach – Ratworld
The Decemberists – What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World
Amen Dunes – Cowboy Worship EP
Belle And Sebastian – Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance
The Suffers – Make Some Room EP
Ty Segall – Mr. Face EP
Genuine Leather – Barb Wire EP
Ryan Adams – No Shadow EP
Alex Calder – Strange Dreams
Cloakroom – Further Out
Fulton Read – You & I
Jack Name – Weird Moons
Meat Wave – Brother EP



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Quickdraw: Happy Diving, Solids, Hospitality, Jack Name, Metronomy

November 18, 2013


Today’s music is brought to you by you.  Enjoy.

:Happy Diving – Sincere:  The nice folks over at Father/Daughter Records recently added Happy Diving to their roster and they will release their self titled debut on January 14.  The band’s first single sounds like it was pulled directly out of the 90s, so of course I love it.

:Solids – Traces:  This song is a glorious blast of distortion and energy, and I’m really digging it.  Consider me excited to check out Solids’ Blame Confusion, which is due out on February 18 via Fat Possum Records.

:Hospitality – I Miss Your Bones:  Here’s a new one from Hospitality that I apparently didn’t catch a couple of weeks back.  It’s a bit quirky, but that’s definitely not a bad thing.  Trouble is set to be released on January 28 via Merge Records.

:Jack Name – Pure Terror:  There isn’t anything about this track that isn’t dense, so I definitely recommend spending some quality headphone time with it.  Jack Name will release Light Show on January 21 via God? Records.

:Metronomy – I’m Aquarius:  I’ve been jamming this one for a few days now.  It’s so damn catchy.  Good luck not getting it lodged in your head forever.  Metronomy will release Love Letters on the very far way date of March 11 through Because Music/Electra Records.

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