All This Huxley is an eclectic indie band, based in Philadelphia, consisting of multi-instrumentalists Trevor Serine, John Corcoran, Josh Mayer, and Alex Marlys. Known for their thoughtful, dystopian lyrics and diverse sound, they straddle the line between Indie Rock, Alternative, and Folk.

In July of 2019, Huxley released the EP Home Stockholm a “melange of indie rock, folk, and good old-fashioned alienation..” The EP is “refreshing and artful, fascinating, passionate.. with enjoyable grooves [that] holds you captive with uniquely expressive, consistently appealing vocals.”

In 2017, they put out their debut eponymous album All This Huxley, which “show[ed] off the band’s considerable talent for pairing their erudite, dystopian lyrics with majestic guitars and insistent riffs,” from the impressive lead-driven tunes like ‘Counter-Clock World’ and ‘Comrade Winston Smith’ to the acoustic-folk inspired, ‘Two Feet in the Sand’ and ‘Queen Bee,’ the album is an experience from start to finish.

They’ve since played dozens of shows and festivals; their music is on Internet/FM radio in the US, Canada, the UK, Europe, South Africa, and South America; and they’ve been #1 on the local Philly Indie Charts.

The band originated as a jazz-fusion project of Corcoran and Serine while they attended law school in Philadelphia.