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The Antlers (Indie Rock)

Evolving from Peter Silberman's bedroom recordings to a fully realized band, for Brooklyn-based the Antlers, what started out as a solo lo-fi folk project progressed quickly into a colossal-sounding chamber pop group. After self-recording a handful of albums in a kamikaze fashion -- Uprooted (recorded just before and after moving in 2007), The February Tape (recorded in a bathtub in an hour), In the Attic of the Universe (a single ambient song stretched into an album), and Cold War (an album with only acoustic guitar and vocals, recorded in a week) -- Silberman set forth to record his opus, Hospice, in July of 2007. Recorded over the course of almost two years, Hospice started out as another solo project before Silberman started incorporating other musicians, including drummer Michael Lerner and multi-instrumentalist Darby Cicci, who eventually ended up as permanent members of the Antlers. Upon its release, Hospice received critical acclaim, with NPR and Pitchfork shouting high praises. After touring behind the album, the Antlers returned to the studio for a more electronic-minded follow-up titled Burst Apart, which was released in 2011. The album was shortly followed that same year by the Together EP and in the summer of 2012 the group issued Undersea, a four song EP with an aquatic theme as well as overall sound. It wasn't until 2014 that they returned with fourth album Familiars, recorded entirely by the band at their Brooklyn studio, then mixed by Chris Coady, known for his studio work with Beach House, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and other indie stars. ~ Jason Lymangrover, Rovi
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this band is awesome. enough said.
follow me and i iwll follow back
Whew. This stuff gives me the chills.
Hospice is the best album in my opinon; my favorite song being "bear"
I can't begin to describe the original work of art they bring. It is truly beautiful and worth noting. I would not only share this with all your friends but keep in your own personal collection. This is truly something different and is amazing. Please give Hospice a listen and it might change your scope of music and art.
Hospice is truly from another era, where whole CDs set out to be much more than the sum of their parts. While individual songs really shine, including Sylvia, Bear, Two, and Wake, the album as a whole achieves so much more. Worth a listen.
Such a beautiful album. It can really bring tears to the eyes.

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