May 30, 2011 at 12:01pm
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The New York Times blurb on the back of the Antlers' CD Burst Apart that I bought at the Easy Street Records booth at Sasquatch Festival yesterday calls the Brooklyn-based band's music "measured and majestic." That sounds about right. Their music is trippy and melody, heavy on the falsetto - stuff that's kind of in the same food group as Radiohead or, say, Andrew bird. Best find of the festival so far. Here's how they looked.
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