Location:Linden, NJ (USA)
Genres:Rock / Pop
Record Label:Unsigned
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NewsMembers Of Socratic Start New Band
Members of Socratic have started a new band called Levy & The Oakes. We'll be premiering a new song...
NewsABSOLUTExclusive: Socratic Song Premiere
You may have been wondering what's been going on with Socratic. Well, today we're premiering the...
NewsDuane Okun (Socratic) Posts Solo Song
Head to the replies to listen to a new solo song from Socratic frontman Duane Okun titled "Slowly...
NewsSocratic Release Free B-side, Cover Videos
Socratic posted a free download of "In a House," an acoustic B-side from their last album, on...
NewsSocratic Filming Musc Video Friday in NJ
Socratic will be filming a new music video at their show this Friday at Maxwell's in Hoboken, NJ.
Album ReviewSocratic - Lunch for the Sky [Vinyl]
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Album ReviewSocratic - Self-Titled
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Album ReviewSocratic - Socratic
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Album ReviewSocratic - Spread the Rumors
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Socratic is a seamless blend of charming, engaging lyrics, memorable melodies and clever arrangements, all bound together by a spirited Rock & Roll foundation. It balances limitless passion and musical precision to provide a thoughtful twist on life, love and contemporary culture. Socratic has performed for audiences across the United States, Australia, and Japan.

Socratic first reached a national audience in 2005, when its first full-length album “Lunch for the Sky” was released on Drive-Thru Records. John Goodmanson, whose resume includes artists such as Death Cab for Cutie and Nada Surf, produced the album. After releasing the five-track EP “Just Turn” a year later, Socratic entered the studio with Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus, who produced the band’s second full-length album, “Spread the Rumors.” Released in 2008, the album was met with critical acclaim, but the release was poorly timed, as Drive-Thru Records met its demise shortly after the album’s release.

With no financial assistance from a label, Socratic continued in unwavering fashion, entering the studio to fund and produce its third full-length album with its own resources. Though it took over two years, “Socratic (The Album)” was released on January 10, 2012. Now, with a new album under its belt, Socratic continues to play vibrant live shows, write new material, and look to the future with a restored sense of optimism, anticipation and excitement.

Socratic has performed with acts ranging from All-American Rejects, Incubus, Brand New, The Offspring, Pete Yorn, The Early November, The Starting Line, Boys Like Girls, Say Anything, Plain White T's, and the Teletubbies (yes, even the Teletubbies!).
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Last Updated: 10/21/13

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