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The Soles play the Sault this month

Thursday, July 10, 2014   by: Staff



The Soles new Anodos Kathodos EP and tour

TORONTO - The Soles, (Din Yalonen-Lead vocals, Adam Gomori-Lead guitar, Austin Gembora- Drums) released their third album, Anodos Kathodos EP, on June 3 2014, with the lead single Rebel Force Radio.

It is now available on iTunes worldwide and on CD, available at tour shows summer/fall 2014, including:

  • Friday, July 25 at The Foundry – Thunder Bay
  • Saturday, July 26 at Loplop’s – Sault Ste. Marie
  • Sunday, July 27 at Grace Hartman Amphitheatre – Sudbury
  • Sunday, July 27 at Speakeasy – Sudbury  

More info including set times can be found at

How the Anodos Kathodos EP came to be

While working towards a full band / full album, The Soles experimented on the side with electronic rock versions of some of those new songs.

Realizing they were very good in their own right, the group decided to release these alternative versions of songs, before the album comes out!

The band felt that this out-of-the-box decision would provide a fun and different way to generate excitement – instead of how artists usually release alternative mixes after the album release.

Thematically, they take their concept from the well-known mythological Hero’s Journey construct made famous by scholar Joseph Campbell.

The EP starts with what Campbell called the hero’s universal Call to Adventure (track 1 Rebel Force Radio) and takes the listener on a journey through war (track 2 F35) and back.

Anodos Kathodos is generating radio play on college radio stations across Canada, including: Windsor (CJAM), Sudbury (CKLU), Winnipeg (CJUM), Edmonton (CKUA) Toronto (CIUT) and Kamloops (CFBX) as well as some satellite radio in Canada and the US.


“Wow! Gotta tell you, I'm really enjoying this.” – Carol Barrett (Host at CIUT FM Toronto)  

"The Soles create great grooves that are infectious and sublime. Powerful lead vocals provide high octane fuel for each and every track." – Jimmy McInerny (Production Director at 95.9 FM The River Chicago)

“Really Cool sound.” – Arnold Lanni (Producer of Our Lady Peace)

“F35 is amazing... A toe tapping, futuristic rock track. Love it!” – John Bell (Host at CJMQ FM Quebec and CVFM UK)


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