Photo by Amber Chavez
Monster Children’s Erin Bromhead interviewed Austyn Gillette about his Sensorisk LP, and she was able to get him to open up about the personal significance of the record. Inspired by a period of loss, Sensorisk isn’t exactly a party joint—but for Gillette this is the point of the project:
This record is kinda sad, but it’s honest. It’s not something that gets you to go out—it does the opposite. It does exactly what I’ve been doing for the past year—not doing drugs or staying out late, and just not doing the stuff that truly doesn’t make me happy.
The article, titled “Austyn Gillette As Himself,” also features some very flattering images of Gillette and musical homie Danny Garcia.
Sensorisk is available on vinyl at Gillette’s webstore.