Sometimes, the best way to find your muse is to travel. When Broken Social Scene member Andrew Whiteman left his band
duties for a two month vacation with his godmother's family in Cuba, he couldn't have expected to return thinking differently
about music. The Spanish sounds that he heard in the streets and homes of the town stayed with him when he got back to Toronto.
Inspired by the music of Cuba, and having learned the tres—a Cuban guitar—while staying in the country, Whiteman
decided to try to incorporate the new sounds into the kind of indie-rock he was used to making. The end result was Apostle
of Hustle's first album, the 2004 record Folkloric Feel. The album was hailed by critics, and earned the band a following.
Apostle of Hustle tickets are going to be in hot demand once words gets out
that the band is coming to your local indie-rock venue. There's a lot to enjoy in Andrew Whiteman's music, and you'll be
moved by the blend of traditional Cuban music and rock. Go ahead and get some concert tickets
now, before they all sell out. Bring along some friends and enjoy the show!