About: Andrew Fabry was born christmas day of ‘95 in New York City, where he was raised. His first memory of music was an old cassette tape of Simon and Garfunkel live at Central Park which he and his brother always insisted on listening. This was the start of Andrew’s musical taste; his second memory was when his family friend played “Don’t Stop Me Now” by Queen, which remianed his favorite song for a whole two years. Because of theses exposures Andrew never liked pop music, and developed the taste for music that he has maintained to this very day.
Favorite Artists: Crystal Castles, MGMT, The Strokes, The Antlers and Yeasayer
Favorite Albums: “Is This It” by The Strokes, “Wander/Wonder” by Balam Acab, “Hospice” by The Antlers, “Hold On Now Youngster…” by Los Campesinos! and “Tourist History” by Two Door Cinema Club
Favorite Songs: “Mardy Bum” by Arctic Monkeys, “Zebra” by Beach House, “Mr. Maker” by The Kooks, “Fight Test” by The Flaming Lips and “Bear” by The Antlers
Artists I Hate: Nickelback, All Time Low, Katy Perry, Ke$ha, Miley Cyrus
Favorite Lyric: “‘Fools,’ said I, ‘You do not know silence like a cancer grows. Hear my words that I might teach you, take my arms that I might reach’” - “The Sound of Silence” by Simon & Garfunkel