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Hit: The Past Is A Drug

Miss: A Long, Long Night

To Sum It Up:

The Incubus of this decade.

At Sea's sound is like a time machine. As soon as you hit play you're instantly transported to the late 90's. Vocalist Jason Brody has one of the most distinctive voices I've heard and brings strength to every song on A New Machine. You'll never question that the words he sings come from the heart. Every emotion that could be portrayed is, which is probably my favorite thing about the album. The album easily encorporates a dreamy feel in "They Won't Find Us (Panic Room)" and also inforces grunge when necessary ("Something In The Way"). I haven't been so excited over a newly discovered band in way too long. I'm planning to download their entire discography - And that's what I'd suggest you do too. A New Machine is a gem, and I can't wait to hear more from At Sea.

A New Machine
At Sea

Soap Media
September 25, 2012


1. The Past Is A Drug
2. Everything Looks Better In The Dark
3. A New Machine
4. A Long, Long Night
5. They Won't Find Us (Panic Room)
6. Something In The Way
7. Stations
8. Burning In His Skin
9. Prove Me Wrong
10. These Stolen Hours

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