Bad History Month

An influential fixture on the East Coast DIY scene and beyond, Sean Sprecher has been creating profound and sincere music that deals with unhappiness and its absurdity in equal measure since 2007. He has been performing under the name Bad History Month since 2013, transitioning from Fat History Month, a name he used when playing as a duo with drummer Mark Fede. Despite a career marked by sporadic disappearances and the often deliberate avoidance of public attention, Sprecher was already a cult figure in DIY circles in 2017 when the release of his first album as Bad History Month, Dead And Loving It: An Introductory Exploration Of Pessimysticism, brought him to wider attention, drawing praise from the likes of Pitchfork, Stereogum and NPR who described the album as an exercise in “high grade introspection” that functions “like message meant to be folded into a square, tucked into a pocket, and returned to in solitude during times of distress.”

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Talks

Bad History Month and Rick From Pile Are Learning To Chill

By Bad History Month | April 24, 2020

Bad History Month and Rick From Pile Are Learning To Chill

The friends-slash-Exploding in Sound labelmates dive into the new BHM record, and more.