FLA (2014), Apostrophic’s debut, was met with positive reviews from State Magazine, Exclaim!, and the Georgia Straight. This album was written in wake of of his father’s death and incorporates soundscapes recorded in Florida, where O’Hearn’s family resides.
Apostrophic’s newest album, “These Old Tapes”, will be released by Tastefaker Records on April 5th, 2019. A genre-defying EP that is best categorized as electronic but rarely sits still for long enough to pin down.
These Old Tapes expands on the textural and emotional components of FLA, maintaining Apostrophic’s signature grainy ambience and eclectic rhythms while staking out new territory.
Sailing somewhere between post-rock and ambient IDM, apostrophic teases out each sonic vista into an ever-widening shot, revealing layers of subtlety with each passing moment.
Daryl Keating for Exclaim!
Ranging from atmospheric pad progressions to synthesised, lush and gentle breaks, O’Hearn seems to have a knack for constructing well-contained, evocative sounds ...
Aaron Drain for State Magazine