Peter Silberman invites the world into his bedroom.
In 2009, Brooklyn trio the Antlers released Hospice,
a sobering concept album equating a decaying relationship with terminal
illness. It was a quiet, intelligent record constructed from orchestral
Saturday in Texas stands for college football, long lines at the liquor store, and, on this particular Saturday, live music. The AntlersWhat I like most about this dreamy, melancholic Brooklyn band is that its live sets are of a different species than its recorded material. This amounted to a stellar, somewhat improvisational ACL set. Recent release Burst Apart leaves just as much vastness for live ...
We sent Matt Singer to Sasquatch!, and this is his report. Extra photos from Evan Neuhausen are located at the bottom of this post. -Ed.Festivals are a young man's game, and I'm getting too old for this shit.Well, I'm not old, exactly. But relative to the age of the average Sasquatch! attendee—who look like they just crawled out of their mother's womb, clutching glow sticks and with belly rings already ...