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Stereo Sons

Stereo Sons

Rock / Post Punk / Indie Seattle, WA  US
Golden Gloves
Golden Gloves
Close enough forever
Close enough forever
A Bad Place For A Good Time
A Bad Place For A Good Time
Right Thing Wrong
Right Thing Wrong


Stereo Sons - "Ask"


  • 2014

    Sep 10

    Seattle, WA, US | 8:00pm
  • 2014

    Apr 23

    Seattle, WA, US | 8:30pm

    Frost Giants, Stereo Sons, Sun Theives

  • 2013

    Nov 1

    Seattle, WA, US | 9:00pm

    Hi everyone, me & the band are putting out a compilation of tracks from our past SIX albums to help raise funds for the recording we’re starting next month. Some of you may or may not know that all the albums we’ve put out these last 8 years have been part of a larger (and somewhat crazy) 8-album project called The Blue Moon Bible. The project is a loose adaption of the old Greek poem The Odyssey, the one with the Cyclops & Sirens about a guy coming back home from war who kills a bunch of dudes trying to hit on his wife. Our new compilation “Selections From The Blue Moon Bible” collects 12 of these tracks to tell the story so far and serves as an catch-up or introduction to those of you unfamiliar with our efforts. I’m extremely proud of the way this collection presents the wide-range of styles, including soul, folk, punk, electro-pop and most of all, rock n’ roll, as tackled by the many musicians that have been a part of my Harborrat collective over the years. My core circle of Allison Tulloss, Michael Spaly, Kate Noson, Ken Nottingham, Dave Forrester, Schuyler Jones, Isaac Chirino and Aimee Zoe, have helped bring to life an ideal of rock n’ roll as it exists in my head, based mainly on a childhood diet of oldies radio, a classic rock-obsessed adolescence and a lifelong love of soul music. To mark the occasion, we will be playing at The Blue Moon (where else?) for a post-Halloween show on November 1st with our friends Stereo Sons also on the bill. The new album will be download-only for now but we will be selling old-school “mix tapes” a.k.a. dubbed cassettes (with download-code) included to commemorate the way this old bastard first became obsessed with rock n’ roll and, again, to raise money for recording funds. Would love to see you all there to help commemorate, but if you can’t please think about supporting the project by purchasing the album for download at https://samrussell.bandcamp.com/ for only $5.99 to support the project. Purchase also gets you an advanced copy of my Christmas single this year,”Tire Swing for Christmas” recorded live-to-mono with The James Apollo Orchestra! Every little bit helps and is greatly appreciated. Merry November to all… Find more out at www.thebluemoonbible.com

  • 2013

    Oct 19

    Seattle, WA, US | 8:00pm
  • 2013

    Sep 28

    Portland, OREGO, US | 8:00pm


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Sounds Like: Tame Impala, Radiohead, Parts & Labor, Holy Fuck, Spoon

Bio: Stereo Sons is a Seattle, WA indie rock band.

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“Local rock/roll trio Stereo Sons released a new album last week, their second, and it's called We're All Friends Here. In an existential, human condition kind of way, I dig what they're saying. We're all on the same team, guys. The music on WAFH is a very easy-listening, '90s kind of groove rock, with a grownup balance of pessimism and optimism. "Was my heart so hollow?" asks singer Chris Klepac on standout track "Close Enough Forever." Klepac questions love and the motives of others a lot through his lyrics. He's an observer, and takes his time trying to figure people out. Mike O'Doherty does solid work on drums and samples, and Carlos Tulloss, he of ever-stylish jazz fusion group Afrocop and talented new wavers Screens, adds his golden touch on bass (check out the propulsion he brings to opener "One Thousand Goth Keyboards").”

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