Wednesday, July 19, 2006

The Secret Life of Sofia

The heat continues here in the Midwest and to top it off we are having thunderstorms that you would think might possibly take away some of the humidity... Not a chance. Yesterday's music was wonderfully understated and today is a variation on that same low-key indie rock theme. I recently read that Money Magazine is set to rate Columbus, Ohio the 8th best large city to inhabit in the US. I only mention this since the featured band performed here last month. They just need to play a better venue next time. There is also a funny picture below of the marquee when they performed in Bowling Green, Ohio (eeeek!!) that same week. Pleeease oh please let me be the TSLOS regional consultant the next time they pay a visit to our fine State?? That aside, this is a great band I have had on constant rotation for the past 24 hours. If you've been listening while reading this you will know what I mean. I think the influences are also similar to yesterday's band as well.

The Secret Life Of Sofia
are an indie rock quartet from Brooklyn, New York. Although they list no formation date, I learned from the band bio that Kyle and Ian attended music composition school together in college while Eric and Steve played in several local bands for the better part of 7 years. They've just finished touring and have a limited edition EP CD (recorded at Bento Box Studios) that you might be able to get your hands on if you visit The Secret Life Of Sofia Website. There are 3 more equally good songs to hear on the band's MySpace page as well.

MP3: Hospital Inside Me

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