Tuesday, 28 November 2017
Looking For a New Technique
Saturday morning saw the first hoar frost of the season round these parts. There was no snow involved, though the phenomenon was the very definition of deep and crisp and even. It was also strikingly beautiful. Mrs S and I were on the road early, as she had an artistic engagement a few miles South and we enjoyed the Wintry drive through the countryside tremendously.
I'm steadily (read, slowly) working my way through my recently unboxed CD collection, grabbing a few discs for the journey each time we take the car out for a spin. On Saturday morning I pulled a couple of Apostle of Hustle albums off the shelf. The band, formed by Broken Social Scene bassist Andrew Whiteman, has been on hiatus since 2009, but had already released three long players up to that point, the pick of which is 'National Anthem of Nowhere' from 2007.
Apostle of Hustle - My Sword Hand's Anger
Apostle of Hustle - National Anthem of Nowhere
Labels: Apostle of Hustle, Broken Social Scene
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National Anthem of Nowhere sounded great.
Glad you enjoyed it Gram. Both tunes are taken from that album - it's definitely the one to go for if your curiosity is tickled.
The unboxing must feel like an early Christmas present. I bet Apostle of Hustle sounds great in the car.
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