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Hoops Routines
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Stream the upcoming and totally laid back album of Indiana-based pop quartet Hoops. It's perfect for warm summer nights with friends and a beer or two.

We have labelled Routines with our editor's choice badge, which means we totally dig the record. Make sure you listen to it at least once. Routines will be released on May 05, 2017. It will be released via Fat Possum. Stream it courtesy of Hypem. Also check out our Hoops artist profile to find eventual tour dates in your area and links to the official web and social media pages of Hoops. Last but not least make sure you scroll down and check out reviews for 'Routines'.

And if you like what you hear, get it over at iTunes or Amazon.

Routines tracklist

1. Sun's Out
2. Rules
3. On Top
4. Benjals
5. Burden
6. On Letting Go
7. The Way Luv Is
8. Management
9. All My Life
10. Underwater Theme
11. Worry

'Routines' Reviews

We currently know 7 reviews for "Routines" by Hoops. The album received pretty solid reviews among the critics and is one of the better ones this year.

"Simply put, this is the best dream/jangle-pop debut since the aforementioned Oshin and an absolute must for fans of this genre."

85 % Under The Radar
"Throughout, though, the sound is so consistent, alluring, and distinctive that it's hard to believe that they have all three members contributing songs here."

80 % AllMusic
"For now, we’ve been gifted a damn fine collection of songs and we would be remiss to not soak them in."

80 % The 405
"It’s a summer record if ever there was one--with even the opening track being named Sun’s Out. It’s a great introduction to the record, where a punchy snare, an uncomplicated bassline and a heat-warped guitar lick combine so easily that it takes a few of Drew Auschermann’s lyrics to be delivered before you even realize they’re there."

70 % No Ripcord
"The versatility of core members Auscherman, Kevin Krauter, and Keagan Beresford--each of whom writes, sings, and swaps instruments--affords them chances to try on different masks, a huge strength despite some inevitable flat results."

70 % Pitchfork
"As with many of the bands they take after, Hoops don’t offer a ton of variation from track to track. It’s the subtle shifts that keep Routines interesting."

68 % Paste Magazine
"Routines isn’t an album that’s going to change the world, but it is a pretty good reminder to stop, slow down and take things in once in a while."

60 % DIY Magazine

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