Slospeak Records just announced the November 27th release of Slospeak Christmas Volume 1. The 12 track sampler features classic Christmas tunes re-recorded to showcase each artists’ style. In addition to Slospeak artists and other indie acts, Relient K (Mono vs Stereo), House of Heroes (Gotee Records), Deas Vail (Mono vs Stereo) and Matt Shelton (of The Wedding / Tooth&Nail) contribute songs to the album.

To preview the record, Slospeak will offer two songs on Noisetrade, free of charge, on Black Friday and two more on Cyber Monday. Starting Tuesday, the album will only be available on iTunes.

This is the labels first Christmas volume and definitely won't be the last. "We're excited to bring together the Slospeak bands and both our signed and unsigned musician friends. We're especially thankful to Gotee Records for their participation," says Label Manager Davy Baysinger.


The First Noel -  Josiah James (feat. Stephanie Lauren Smith of Golden Youth)
Jingle Bells 2 -  Blood and Water
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Deas Vail
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Golden Youth
O Come Emmanuel - SONS  (feat. Josh Williams of Ocean Is Theory & Cadets)
Merry Christmas, Here's To Many More - Relient K
Run Rudolph Run - Pioneer
Come all Ye Faithful - Owen Pye
Angels We Have Heard on High - Eazy Tiger
Go Tell It on The Mountain - Raven Hill (feat. David Curtis of Run Kid Run)
I Heard The Bells - Matt Shelton (of the Wedding & Letter Kills)
O Holy Night - Canopy Climbers
Silent Night - House of Heroes
Of The Fathers Love Begotten - Fever Fever

About Slospeak:
Slospeak Records was founded in 2011 and is based in Nashville, TN and San Francisco, CA. After growing its staff and artist roster, the independent label's artist development focus strengthened. It exists to help artists cultivate and harvest their creative potential. The indie label is currently home to five artists: Pioneer, Blood and Water, SONS, Owen Pye and Golden Youth.

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