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Apostle of Hustle is the creation of Andrew Whiteman. Whiteman is a Canadian musician and songwriter from Toronto, Ontario. After a series of groups and musical projects he had during the 90s, Andrew was invited by Leslie Feist to collaborate with herself and what was then essentially the core of Broken Social SceneBrendan Canning, Kevin Drew and Justin Peroff. The chemistry was successful and Whiteman became one of the band’s four members to consistently appear in every tour.

Since his affiliation with the record label Arts&Crafts, Andrew Whiteman began his side project, Apostle of Hustle, inspired by various literary philosophical classics and world music — particuarly that of Cuba. The band’s first album, Folkloric Feel, is an eclectic but stunning display of vision and original sound. The band’s follow-up LP was National Anthem of Nowhere, released in February of 2007. Their third album, Eats Darkness, was released on May 19th, 2009.

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  • Amnesius

    Moarpls

    24 May 12:17pm Reply
  • inthesameroom

    Justine, Beckoning ♥

    21 Apr 12:36pm Reply
  • joaotsantos

    The Canadian Rock League (season 2) will start in the next week. You can vote in this band here Canadian Rock League Every week have a new voting! Greetings

    3 Jul 2012 Reply
  • brunohustler

    MEUS APOSTOLO MALUCO SOCORRO QUE QUE CES TAO FAZENO AQUI VEI, ETA PORRA CES TAO TD MT FAMOSO SOCORRO

    26 Nov 2011 Reply
  • cretinagem

    check this out http://www.last.fm/music/The+Critical+Transmission

    20 Jul 2011 Reply
  • musiclovesme

    ha i'm just seeing this too. because i'm into a bunch of indie stuff and realize with titles like of montreal's kissie kiss the corpse that a bunch of this stuff isn't serious. my boyfriend on the other hand tries to make connections and things out of everything. omg, why didn't i listen to folkloric feel first? imo that kicks the national anthem of nowhere's butt..i LOVE animal fat, sleepwalking ballad(it's romanitc and dreamy to me) and most of all kings and queens. i can't understand a word they say in that song..but the feel and energy behind it is just awesome.

    12 Jul 2011 Reply
  • LOUCOBRUTAL

    PURE LOVE!

    17 Jun 2011 Reply
  • fjersnam

    wedding song!

    17 Apr 2011 Reply
  • Amnesius

    More Apostle pls...

    19 Mar 2011 Reply
  • BiskitFoo

    SOULLLL UNWINNNDDDDDDD, SOULLLLLL UNWIIII-IIII-IIII-IIINNDDDDDD.

    1 Mar 2011 Reply
  • Weirdmachine

    Andrew Whiteman I love you.

    18 Jan 2011 Reply
  • BrokenTel

    Who knows? Cheap Like Sebastien was written spontaneously in their hotel room while on tour. The reference seems just as spontaneous to me.

    31 Oct 2010 Reply
  • musiclovesme

    ah i see. what is he referencing to? i don't like death from above so i don't really know him.

    17 Oct 2010 Reply
  • laurels523

    @musiclovesme, Fairly sure it's a reference to Sebastien Grainger http://www.last.fm/music/Sebastien+Grainger - They only have two other albums, but I would suggest their first, Folkloric Feel. It's one of those rare albums that I feel is pretty much perfect. :)

    17 Oct 2010 Reply
  • orinmiscelanoux

    super love

    16 Oct 2010 Reply
  • musiclovesme

    also, super fans of this band help me out. my boyfriend keeps asking me if cheap like sebastien is a reference to someone. he's a bit older so he recognizes the la la la part from another old song. i don't really know of it referring to anything but thought i'd ask.

    1 Oct 2010 Reply
  • musiclovesme

    howdy howdy. really love this band. i only have national anthem of nowhere. my fav songs from that are cheap like sebastien(this song requires at least a 5 repeat), national anthem of nowhere, the naked and alone, and jimmy scott is the answer. what cd should i try next?

    1 Oct 2010 Reply
  • 3579km

    sorry guys but Eats Darkness is much worse than Folkloric feel and National anthem of nowhere, you are able much better!

    21 Aug 2010 Reply
  • halisray

    Folkloric feel > national anthem of nowhere> eats darkness

    24 Jul 2010 Reply
  • steriojose

    National Anthem of Nowhere is alucinante

    9 Jun 2010 Reply
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