Check it out. Solillaquists of Sound just got back from a few weeks of performances in France, and are celebrating their return to the States with a welcome-home present for you. They've dug up some of their earliest, self-released albums – which haven't been available in, like, forever – and thrown them up on their Bandcamp page. For longtime locals who weren't lucky to have Swamburger get a CD into your hand downtown one night, or for out-of-towners who never had a chance to even hear these things before, this is a pretty cool thing indeed.
Yes, you should buy all of them, and you should definitely grab their new album – The 4th Wall – while you're there, but if you're curious about hearing the group during their formative years (during which, it must be said, they were still pretty fully realized), you need to be listening 4 student couns?l • (running from precedence), N BTw?n Worlds, and Tour De Solilla (part 1) right now.
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