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Hospitality: Blind Date

Friday, January 27, 2012

In our next installment of Soundcheck's Blind Date series, we’ve set you, the listener, up on a radio date with the Brooklyn band Hospitality. Their debut full length record full of hooky pop songs will be released by Merge Records on January 31st. The band joins us with a preview as they attempt to win over your hearts--and ears.

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Hospitality

Comments [6]

coworker just said it sounds like they are playing natalie merchant's rejected songs.

Jan. 27 2012 02:54 PM
Nick from UWS

What a great band. Wonderful.

Jan. 27 2012 02:53 PM

boring. sounds like middle school kids playing their parents instruments.

Jan. 27 2012 02:52 PM
Uncle Rob in Maine

Fabulous band, and I love the song they just did on the show today! Everyone should buy their new record and go see them live!

Jan. 27 2012 02:49 PM
Carla Robinson from Brooklyn

Hospitality Rocks!!

I saw them play at Brooklyn Bowl a couple months ago. Great show, some really solid songs.

(oh and that bassist is really cute)

Jan. 27 2012 02:46 PM
Larry from UWS

I saw these guys in June @Cakeshop, after discovering them on myspace. I was disappointed that they had no music for sale @ the show or online, so I am glad to see they finally have a proper album out. They rock and their lyrics are really interesting.

Jan. 27 2012 02:27 PM

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