Apostle Of Hustle:: Eats Darkness in Ontario

Apostle of Hustle have announced a string of Ontario dates to coincide with the launch of their third full-length album, Eats Darkness, available May 19 on Arts & Crafts. Fans have the opportunity to purchase a ticket and digital album bundle for any of the newly announced shows, before they go on sale to the general public, exclusively at www.galleryac.com. As a special limited time offer with Apostle of Hustle pre-sale purchases, fans will receive a digital copy of Eats Darkness for an additional $4 of the ticket price. The album download will be accessible starting midnight EST May 19. As a bonus, an MP3 of the song “Soul Unwind” will be available for free download immediately, along with the track “Perfect Fit” which is currently available for free download to anyone through the band’s website. For Eats Darkness, the trio of Andrew Whiteman (guitar), Julian Brown (bass) and Dean Stone (drums) recorded in Toronto, working again with renowned producer and sound technician, Martin Davis Kinack (Sarah Harmer, Broken Social Scene, Hayden.

For aspiring songwriters and bands in the Southern Ontario area, Apostle of Hustle announces a search for support acts for their upcoming May dates. Interested artists can submit a brief summary of their music and why they think their band is suited to support Apostle of Hustle, (*note – include contact info and a MySpace link, so the band can listen to your music – also, provincial laws require performers to be 19 years of age or older in these venues). Though they may not respond to every submission, the band will listen to every entry. Interested musicians can submit info by email to supportaoh@arts-crafts.ca by May 1.

5/20/09 – Guelph, ON @ E-Bar
5/21/09 – Hamilton, ON @ The Casbah
5/22/09 – Peterborough, ON @ Montreal House
5/23/09 – Ottawa, ON @ Zaphod Beeblebrox
5/27/09 – Kingston, ON @ The Grad Club
5/29/09 – Toronto, ON @ The Music Gallery
5/30/09 – Waterloo, ON @ Starlight Room


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