RIYL: soul-tinged indie rock

Label: Soul Step Records

From Soul Step Records:
Growing up in a musical household, it wasn’t long until Sarason caught the bug. Playing and touring in bands since the age of 15, Sarason set himself up to be known as an in-demand singer, performer, arranger, and multi-instrumentalist. Sarason is known primarily from being in The Pinstripes, which were a Cincinnati area staple. After some time, a new set of songs – more introspective and melancholy began to emerge. After linking up with Dala Records founder Billy Aukstik, (Charles Bradley, Mark Ronson) a plan was devised to records and release these songs under Sarason’s own name. 

Sarason’s “Reflection of Self” is an introspective trip steeped in vintage sounds. This album hits so many different styles that fans of Charles Bradley and Tame Impala will enjoy this LP.  Recorded at the renowned Hive Mind studio in Brooklyn, NYC. “Reflections of Self” is a collection of tunes that allow the listener to slow down, tune in, and groove out. Sarason harkens back to an era of classic American music. Touching on psych-rock to pop to soul. In a time that’s difficult to pause and appreciate the things that are around us, “Reflections of Self” is the perfect soundtrack for looking back on where you came from and to discover where you are headed.

A handful of copies are still available on silver vinyl after the ‘buy’ link. Check out some of Sarason’s soulful psych pop below.



The Details

Sarason “Reflections of Self” SSR-076
Limited to 100 Silver Vinyl Lps

Soul Step Records will be releasing Sarason’s debut LP “Reflections of Self” to Soul Step Subscribers on Saturday, April 24th. The general public sale will begin on Monday, April 26. This LP is available to stream on your favorite music service right now.

Soul Step Records highly encourages fans to sign up to be a Soul Step Subscriber for free, as most of our limited edition vinyl sell out before it goes on sale to the general public.

Price $21

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