September 23, 2006

Shout Out Out Out Out, AJ’s Alehouse, Kingston, 13 September 2006

Posted in bootleg, mp3 at 11:56 pm by rgsc

Above photo taken by Somebody_, 6 July 2006

A little while ago I posted about Shout Out Out Out Out’s album and recounted my experience with the band the last time they played town. I was blown away with their show then and am extremely please to say that the presence of an actual audience this time around only served to improve their performance.

SOOOO play dance music designed to get the indie kids moving. They employ two drummers, multiple bassists and keyboardists, the vocodor-filtered vocals of Nik Kozub, and a hint of cowbell to make some of the funkiest robo-electro-rock music I’ve ever heard. It is exceptionally fun and infectious and it demands that you shake something.

They had no trouble getting Kingston up and moving but dancing hardest of all were the members of the band. Not content to stare at their shoes these guys are giving it their all throughout the show. When not playing (and often when they were) they would jump, scissor-kick and shake their way across the stage. Near the end of their set, Kozub was scissor-kicking so hard his pant literally exploded.

Check Shout Out Out Out Out out for yourself if you get a chance. These guys put on a helluva show.

Shout Out Out Out Out, AJ’s Alehouse, Kingston, 13 September 2006

1) This is how it works talk (intro).mp3 (0.6 MB)

2) Self Loathing Rulz.mp3 (4.39 MB)

3) Forever Indebted.mp3 (5.75 MB)

4) Your Shitty Record Won’t Mix Itself.mp3 (5.36 MB)

5) Dude You Feel Electrical.mp3 (6.58 MB)

6) I hope you’re feeling this shit talk.mp3 (0.9 MB)

7) Procrastinator’s Fight Song.mp3 (5.78 MB)

8 ) Running outta time talk.mp3 (0.8 MB)

9) Nobody Calls Me Unless They Want Something.mp3 (5.21 MB)

10) Chicken Soup For The Fuck You.mp3 (4.33 MB)

11) Best show weve had here ever talk (outro).mp3 (0.6 MB)

Hold your own scissorkick-filled dance parties with SOOO’s awesome debut record.


  1. rgsc said,

    moved from the “About” page:
    Been dowloading some of your SOOO tracks from their recent show. I caught them and Holy Fuck here in London 2 weeks ago and it was insance. It was the first time id seen SOOO and though I saw the HF is my favourite band in Canada right now SOOO show blew me and my friends away. Totally unexpected but absolutely wonderful.
    However I left before the end to go to work. And apparently they and HF did a song together. You wouldnt have that recorded or any other HF tracks by any chance would you?
    A friend of mine videod about 30 mins of their set and Id be happy to send a DVD if you got any HF audio clips – especially that ‘slow’ song they tend to close their sets with.
    Many thanks and great site!


    Hi Jeff,
    I did record the entire HF set and plan on posting it in the not-to-distant future (heh. when i say that it usually takes about 8 months for me to actually do it. I will try to get to this one sooner rather than later). In Kingston Nik Kozub joined in HF for some cowbell action during the encore but it would be a stretch to say that it was “doing a song together”. Too bad because that sounds like it could have been pretty awesome.
    So, stay tuned for the HF set and maybe I can arrange to get some of the video from you.

  2. Chacoura said,

    […] Le beat, les guitares, je croyais entendre DJ Champion, mais ce sont les SOOOO, ou les Shout Out Out Out Out d’Edmonton. Leur pièce «Chicken soup for the fuck you» vous rentre dans les oreilles et en sort difficilement. Plusieurs pièces en concert ici. […]

  3. […] relate the awesome mayhem inflicted by the band on unsuspecting audiences (go here for my recording of their 2006 stop in Kingston). They’re going on tour to support the record and it is going to be the hottest set of shows […]

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