The last few years have seen a lot of changes for Jason Brody. Hired gun, solo artist, leader of The Death of Jason Brody, the talented singer/guitarist/songwriter has played many roles as he’s navigated the New York City musical landscape.
On the heels of TDoJB’s successes (critically acclaimed EP, packed shows, etc.), and with new recordings, deeper musical experimentation, and the entrance of a promising new collaborator in the picture, the solo artist and all its associations have been burned up and killed off.
And now, from the ashes, stands AT SEA.
AT SEA incorporates its former iteration’s rock-band template, and yes, the old comparisons to Jeff Buckley, Doves, Greg Dulli, even Coldplay, may still be there. But in the spirit of change—and FUN!—the new configuration is less married to old-guard rock-band stylings and chooses to make more use of electronic elements and other influences (a la Stars, Death Cab for Cutie, Silversun Pickups, MGMT).
AT SEA is unafraid to explore new territory in all directions, creating both walls of sound and quiet ballads, and performs in various configurations, from intimate one-man unplugged shows to full–band-with-special-gu...