Cheers to NewsWhistle who featured us in their weekly recap of top tunes and called #sunsetting “Like rum with orange juice… but only smoother and tastier.” Read it at http://newswhistle.com/top-tunes-tired-all-the-time-soft-cell-kaybe-and-more/
Check out the debut of Venir, off our upcoming EP III (Out FRIDAY!!!!).
And an interview about the band and the EP from a guy named ER. Its like we lived next door. Cheers to him and Popdust for taking time with us to talking themes, tours, teams, tasers and all that.
Listen to the song as you read the interview at – http://www.popdust.com/interview-stereo-off-2225814727.html
and yes in other news, ALTernative press still exists and they featured Stereo Off in – http://www.altpress.com/features/entry/15_things_that_you_need_to_know_happened_this_week/P1
there may be 15 things to know there, but we’d bet on #13.
13. Stereo Off—an indie rock electro mashup band—premiered a new song for “Venir.”
Double thanks to JoVM – They covered us a couple years back and have featured us again at https://joyofviolentmovement.com/2017/01/09/new-audio-stereo-off-returns-with-a-dance-floor-friendly-new-order-inspired-new-single/
“the newly constituted trio’s sound has become more dance floor friendly as the band pairs a sinuous bass line with shimmering synths, Marciano sultry and plaintive vocals, a tight motorik-like groove and their while retaining renowned penchant for crafting tight, anthemic hooks.”
While “Music Emissions” also wrote about us back on the first EP, but featured us again this week at:
“After some lineup changes in the past year, 2016 brought on a new sound, which is clear on lead single “Sunsetting” from their upcoming third EP” (and right above, you can preview the 2nd single, Venir).
Thanks to everyone who came out to union hall friday, cheers to the aye ayes, bridges and powerlines. We raised a bit of cash for good causes, aclu and planned parenthood, while having a great night. No injury stopped this show!
And here’s a new track from EP 3. Venir. Have a listen…. at….
and of course
Thanks to everyone with their recent coverage of Sunsetting: here’s a few new ones we have seen. Send us any more you find!
Turn Up that Volume: “So much to discover with every spin. And, yes, it feels like a nocturnal symphony made to soundtrack your trippy promenade with your lover in the city while the sun goes down. Music for romantics. Music for urban phantasies. Music with a healing force. ”
“Stereo Off manages to take a compressed pop atmosphere and unravel it into a chromatic and circuital space for deconstructing their given influences.”
RARWriter – http://rarwriter.com/LinksNYC.htm
“This is had quite a dramatic impact on the nature of the Stereo Off sound, which based on this first single “Sunsetting” is rich and dark, like the Cowboy Junkies on Disco. It’s a cool sound.”
Newswhistle – Toptunes from around the worldnewswhistle.com/bruno-mars-feder-stereo-off-top-tunes-from-around-the-world/
They also interviewed us back in October, so if you missed that, check out http://newswhistle.com/they-come-to-rock-your-body-why-its-on-for-stereo-off/
Cheers to Nicole and the team at Austin Town Hall, website and record label for the mention of our new release “Sunsetting” –http://austintownhall.com/2016/11/03/new-wave-jam-from-stereo-off/
“The song starts slowly, with a bit of saxophone and synthy pulses echoing through the mix before the sleek vocals kick in and you get a full on groove going”
New song! CLRVYNT reviews and debuts sunsetting which you can check out at http://clrvynt.com/stereo-off-sunsetting/
“Sunsetting’ is about jumping into or onto your vehicle of choice, picking up your lover and chasing the sunset together.”
Hit it up on instagram too – https://www.instagram.com/p/BMWfYm9D4cu/
Cheers to our guest Saxaphone player – James McElewaine
saxamaphone, saxamaphone, saxamaphone!
EP3 coming soon, its as certain as the new year. Loads of changes to come on the site, the lineup, the world, we’ve been working on it and now its ready for you.
Winners were announced yesterday for the Winter Film Awards 2016, and the 48 hour challenge. By that we mean 48 hours to write a screenplay, assemble props, costumes and actors, rehearse, shoot, score and edit their film.
Team Deviant Children Production won the fan favorite award with the film above, and perhaps part of that was the soundtrack/credits by Stereo Off!? Either way, loads of congrats, cheers and thanks to Nicholas Ortiz, K Gaines and the team.
Thanks to Joseph Brown Photography and his new “By Oath” Magazine, which features an interview with Stereo Off and pics of Bridget, Sebastian & Niall.
By Oath is a NYC based fashion, art and music magazine that you can view online, read the full interview and check out some pictures at – http://www.byoath.com/#!stereo-off/kyr7y
Hi-Top co-ordination merely a coincidence.