There isn’t a singular concept or message, but the deeper you delve into Hideout’s world the more you feel nostalgia and a sense of loss. Hideout began as a recording project. The majority of Rookie was recorded while on the road with Cults. Rodriguez took advantage of the downtime by tracking songs in hotel rooms or at friends’ homes. Fast-forward to the forthcoming So Many Hoops, So Little Time –– mixed by Loren Humphrey (Nice As Fuck, Guards, The Gloomies) at Stockholm Syndrome Sound Studio in Bushwick, NY –– the recording process was far more linear than Rookie.
The album evolved predominantly at Rodriguez’s apartment while the surrounding turmoil of loss sunk in. Emotionally charged, he turned to the art of songwriting & storytelling to help navigate through the many answerless questions. Now a fully realized band, Hideout has been performing live with a rotating cast of New York musicians over the past year. It’s just the beginning. http://hideoutaudio.com http://soundcloud.com/hideoutaudio http://hideout.bandcamp.com http://facebook.com/hideoutaudio http://twitter.com/hideoutaudio http://instagram.com/hideoutaudio http://spoti.fi/2dR1bOh Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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