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Stream This

February 6, 2015

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

FULL ALBUM STREAMS

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 ➡ Quarterbacks – Self Titled

Knifight – V
The Districts – A Flourish And A Spoil
Hello Blue Roses – WZO
Paperhaus – Self Titled
Blis – Starting Fires In My Parent’s House EP
Rhiannon Giddens – Tomorrow Is My Turn
JD McPherson – Let The Good Times Roll

MUSIC VIDEOS

⬆ VIDEO OF THE WEEK ⬆
Diet Cig

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Quickdraw: Screaming Females, Twist, Cotillon, Porcelain Raft, Christopher Owens

November 17, 2014

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Music!  Enjoy.

:Screaming Females – Ripe:  Damn.  This new one from Screaming Females totally shreds.  Crank the volume all the way up and then make a note to seek out their six full length, Rose Mountain, when it gets released on February 24 via Don Giovanni.

:Twist – Slums And Seaports:  Twist is Laura Hermiston (a Toronto-based musician) and Brian Borcherdt (from Holy Fuck).  There’s a lot of interesting things going on in this rather lo-fi tune of theirs, and I’m curious to hear whatever else they’ve crafted.  Supposedly, an EP is on the way.

:Cotillon – Before:  If you’re already compiling possible 2015 breakthrough acts, it might be wise to add Jordan Corso (aka Cotillon) to the list.  This is a moody, hazy gem, and I think his upcoming album could be a great one.  The self titled effort will be released on January 26 via Burger Records.

:Porcelain Raft – Closed Eye Vision:  Porcelain Raft want you to know they’re still out there, so they’ve released this spacious track.  It’s a quick one at just a minute and 35 seconds, so you’ll have to make sure you’re paying attention or it’ll pass you by before you know it.  This song appears to be a one-off effort.

:Christopher Owens – America:  I can’t seem to decide exactly where I stand in regards to Christopher Owens’ solo work, but I can at least for sure say I love this song.  I think it’s as intimate and sincere as can be.  No word yet on if this track will end up on some sort of official release.

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