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Brooklyn trio the Antlers have built a career from crafting slow, graceful swells of indie rock, and they've only moved further toward thoughtful grandeur since they came onto the map with Hospice…   Read Story »
The Antlers' new album Familiars is a couple of weeks away from release, and they've already shared a dark, murky video for one of its songs, "Palace." Today, they've got another one, for the…   Read Story »
Slow-swelling Brooklyn indie trio the Antlers will unleash the new album Familiars next month, and after sharing a video for the opening track "Palace," they've let the world hear a second track from…   Read Story »
Last week, Brooklyn epic-indie craftsmen the Antlers teased us with a couple of minutes of new music, but they didn't wait too long to let us know what's up. In a couple of months, the band will…   Read Story »
The Antlers are being all mysterious. We haven't heard much out of the Brooklyn-based band since late 2012, but earlier today they tweeted a link to a short YouTube video with no explanation or…   Read Story »
The cover of School Of Night's upcoming EP -- that church, old and faded on the top, but placed on a hyperreal patch of greener-than-green grass -- is a good signifier of the music inside: synthetic,…   Read Story »
Darby Cicci is best known as a member of Brooklyn etherealists the Antlers, in which he contributes a legion of musical components including keyboards, bass, trumpet, banjo, organ, and more. So, with…   Read Story »
BTW emeriti PVT recently released their fourth studio album Homosapien, which included the droning track "Nightfall." Here, Brooklyn band the Antlers give the Aussie trio's track a kind of…   Read Story »
Last year the skewed-pop group Parenthetical Girls released the airy single Curtains, registering as what the Cars' "Drive" was produced by Brian Eno. Fellow off-kilter beauty merchants the Antlers…   Read Story »
As a thank you to fans, the Antlers just posted a pretty new version of Burst Apart's "No Windows" by Brent Arnold, a friend of theirs who took Peter Silberman's vocal stems and set them to string…   Read Story »