Here we are in the latest issue of one of the coolest indie music magazines around, The Deli. You can check out Winter 2013 Issue #33 Volume #2 right here: http://bit.ly/deliNYC33 (You’ll find At Sea on page 16!)


The Big Takeover’s Mark Suppanz reviewed our live show at Union Hall in Brooklyn on 11.29.12. We like this a lot: “Brody… mostly stuck to his electric guitar, from which he whittled plenty of dreamy, glistening effects, garnishing each tune with his impassioned, falsetto-laden vocals. On set highlights like “They Won’t Find Us (Panic Room)” and “Stations,” and especially the closing “These Stolen Hours,” the band built up such vigorous, colossal crescendos, I thought Union Hall’s upstairs bocce courts might collapse on top of us.”
Check out the full review and show photos here: http://www.bigtakeover.com/concerts/at-sea-with-gift-horse-and-the-oats-union-hall-park-slope-brooklyn-ny-thursday-november-29-2012


A glowing review of “A New Machine” from longstanding music blog Absolute Punk just went up. Here are some highlights:
“From infectious hooks to acoustic ballads, each and every track gives you something to remember.”
“Exquisite vocals… beautiful imagery… incredible dynamics of the band.”
“If this record and band receives the attention they deserve then no doubt about it they could be huge. The album has flow…. Every song is different, but they’re one in their own way. A truly incredible journey.”

Check out the full piece right here: http://www.absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=2984992


In the new issue of The Big Takeover.


Video of performance/interview footage from RAW: Natural Born Artists’ “Provocations” showcase in NYC, 10.18.12: