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1. Auditorium is Spencer Berger on the recordings, performing all parts himself. Based in Los Angeles, CA, he performs live with his wife Daya Berger, his sister Elizabeth Berger, BK Etheridge, and brother duo Jon & Justin Hogan. Spencer began singing at the age of nine as a member of The Metropolitan Opera’s Children’s Chorus. After graduating from Vassar College with a music degree, he wrote and recorded debut album BE BRAVE over a three-year period, and released it in January 2011. Auditorium followed up BE BRAVE with an EP entitled NIGHTS WORTH LIVING in February 2012.

2. Auditorium (video game soundtrack) is a web based puzzle game from Philadelphia-based studio Cipher Prime. Presented in Flash, the game involves bending light particles with space modifiers to fill audio containers that fade in portions of an orchestrated soundtrack.


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  • nrmn88

    You're right Olsonic...the group was formerly known as "Field", but changed their name to "Auditorium" prior to releasing their first album at the beginning of 2011.

    29 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Olsonic

    oh, nm, the group was "Field" and the song is "I'm the enforcer"!!! lol I knew I heard this guy before. Good stuff

    29 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Olsonic

    I've heard this sound before... hmmm I can't think of the name of the group but he hijacked someone elses sound.

    29 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Fistfulofwords

    The debut LP by Berger (released January 18th) is tightly produced with simple instrumentation. The album features a mix of acoustic guitars, electric bass, and vocals that give a distinct folk feel to many of the tracks. The guitar work is enchanting, particularly on a brief solo on “Saturday Solider.” Read the complete review here:

    11 Feb 2011 Reply

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