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The Antlers: June 17, 2014 Rough Trade NYC – FLAC/MP3/Full Set Streaming

June 18, 2014
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[Photos by Amanda M. Hatfield for BrooklynVegan]

There are many good things to be said about The Antlers, one of the most consistent and interesting bands to arise out of the Brooklyn scene in the past six years, but what’s most inspiring about them is how little they seem to care what others are doing. They’ve never been part of any kind of “-wave”; they’ve never even really found clear company among stylistically similar bands. If there were aspects of their sound that drew inspiration from elsewhere, the whole was something else entirely, animated by Peter Silberman’s unique vocal turns and the group’s collective faith in their listeners. Most bands in late-aughts Brooklyn wouldn’t have put out a record like the band’s debut, Hospice, a concept record from another time whose material was dark and whose sound was hardly going to bring out the tubthumpers who like to hit up Terminal 5 on Friday nights. The Antlers followed that up with Burst Apart, to date the closest thing they’ve done to a commercial record, even if it was hardly humpbacking a trend, either.

On this Tuesday night, the band showed up at the post-industrial chic and great-sounding back room venue at Rough Trade NYC and played us Familiars, the album they’d released that very day. Among the hardcore fans who showed up — who earned their tickets by buying the vinyl — there couldn’t have been a better way to be introduced to it. That whisper-quiet crowd got to hear these songs in their true voice, played by a band whose facility with the songs was hard-earned in the studio. Familiars won’t be everyone’s bag — even compared to the previous efforts, it’s a delicate effort that rewards patience — but for those who respect the band’s love of texture, of gorgeous songs that soar only when they really need to, it’s a classic. The songs unfolded like dreamscapes, rarely peaking until three or four minutes in, overlaid with Silberman’s literary, evocative lyrics. There are a good bit of horns on offer this time around, which I wouldn’t trust in less-sure hands, but The Antlers seem to have taken a page from Dan Bejar in that regard, using them at just the right moment. If I’m partial to any of the new songs as yet, it’d be the smooth-flowing “Director”, which feels like the product of several different phases of the band’s work all at once, and relies on elegiac guitar chords to move it forward.

It was a bit funny to hear Silberman, not yet out of his 20s, to say the band was “feeling the years”, but in an odd way it’s true. The Antlers aren’t the baby band we first witnessed back in early 2008; nor are they one of many flashes in the pan that have come since. The Antlers are a mature, established Brooklyn band, one that has rewarded their experience with an album of similar grace and maturity. See them throughout the U.S., Europe and the UK this summer and fall as they tour Familiars — this is a live experience you don’t want to miss.

I recorded this set with a flawless soundboard feed of the mix created by the band’s touring engineer Dan Seiders, together with Schoeps MK4V microphones. The sound quality reflects Seiders’ years of experience mixing the band and the flawless nature of the room, making for a live album quality experience. Enjoy!

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The Antlers
2014-06-17
Rough Trade NYC
Brooklyn, NY USA

Exclusive download hosted at nyctaper.com
Recorded and produced by acidjack

Schoeps MK4V (inside SBD cage, PAS)>KC5>CMC6>Sound Devices USBPre2 + Soundboard (engineer: Dan Seiders)>Edirol R-44 [OCM]>2x24bit/48kHz WAV>Adobe Audition CS 5.5 (align, mix down, adjust levels, limiter)>Izotope Ozone 5 (light EQ, effects)>Audacity 2.0.3 (fades, tracking, amplify, balance, downsample, dither)>FLAC ( level 8 )

Tracks [Total Time: 1:02:01]
01 Palace
02 Doppelgänger
03 Hotel
04 Intruders
05 [transition]
06 Director
07 [banter]
08 Revisited
09 [tuning]
10 Parade
11 [tuning2]
12 Surrender
13 [banter2]
14 Refuge

If you enjoyed this recording, PLEASE SUPPORT The Antlers, visit their website, and buy Familiars there.

The Antlers: June 12, 2013 Le Poisson Rouge – Flac/MP3/Streaming

June 17, 2013
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[photos by PSquared Photography]

The Antlers are currently experiencing that in-between-albums and between-tours lull that bands enjoy after working non-stop for years in row. The period usually includes writing in the studio, solo projects and unfortunately for fans, a dearth of shows. Last Wednesday, it was the celebration of the 5th anniversary of the eclectic and groundbreaking club Le Poisson Rouge that brought the band out to play a sold out one-off show. The band’s singer and guitarist Peter Silberman at one time worked at LPR before the Antlers became his full-time vocation, and in fact the first listening party for the original self-release of Hospice took place at the club. Several years hence, the band now has two more releases to their name — enough material to play a full 90 minute show virtually without pause. The setlist was a democratic selection from each of the recent releases, including 3 of the 4 songs from last year’s Undersea EP, about half of Burst Apart, and some prime material from Hospice. We are streaming “Wake”, a powerful version that ended the main set.

I recorded this set with the Sennheiser cards in back of the room mixed with a superb stereo soundboard feed. Due to the position of the mics, I picked up a ton of chatter and this mix is primarily the board. Enjoy!

Stream “Wake”:

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Antlers
2013-06-12
Le Poisson Rouge
New York, NY

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard + Sennheiser MKH-8040s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2 x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > TLH > flac (320 MP3 and tagging via Foobar)

Recorded and Produced
by nyctaper 2013-06-15

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:34:28]
01 Drift Dive
02 Rolled Together
03 No Widows
04 Endless Ladder
05 Kettering
06 Atrophy
07 [banter – new record]
08 Bear
09 [banter – tuning]
10 Hounds
11 Zelda
12 [banter – LPR]
13 Wake
14 [encore break]
15 Corsicana
16 Putting The Dog to Sleep

If you download this recording from NYCTaper, we expect that you will PLEASE SUPPORT The Antlers, visit their website, and purchase their official releases from the Antlers Store [HERE].

The Antlers: July 30, 2012 Glasslands Gallery – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

August 1, 2012
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[photo courtesy of Chad from The Artistree.fm – full set here]

The Antlers “secret” show at Glasslands Gallery on Monday was announced in the morning and sold out within a few minutes. For a band that sold out the 1200-capacity Webster Hall the last time they played New York, The Antlers took the opportunity of this small surprise gig to play for an extremely worthwhile charitable effort. Charitywater.org is an organization that provides safe and clean drinking water to developing nations, and this concert raised more than $4000 for the cause. The Antlers also treated the crowd to a run-through their brand new four-song EP Undersea (Anti Records). The EP represents the continued maturity in the songwriting talents of this superb band, as each of the four tracks are less lyrically driven and more intense sonic atmospheric pieces. That’s not to say that Peter Silberman’s voice doesn’t soar at several points during the EP, but this is a band that has taken the studio like a fish to water and the results are astounding. At Glasslands, the EP was performed straight through and the live setting offered some challenges, but the band was prepared and the songs flowed naturally. We are streaming “Crest” from the EP. The balance of the set consisted of selected tracks from Hospice and Burst Apart, songs that continue to mature and develop as live performances. After a profound “Dog To Sleep”, the band returned for two encores the final of which was a brilliant “Wake”, which we are also streaming below. The Antlers will be on tour for the next several months, but return to NYC for a gig at the newly arrived ATP Festival on September 22.

I recorded this set utilizing our installed recording rig at Glasslands, the Studio Projects LSD2 mics and an excellent board feed. The sound quality of this recording is superb. Enjoy!

If you download this recording, we ask that you further the cause and visit the website to contribute to charitywater.org [HERE].

Stream “Crest”:

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The Antlers
2012-07-30
Glasslands Gallery
Brooklyn, NY USA

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard + Studio Projects LSD2 (XY Cardioid) > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, set fades, downsample) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > TLH > flac (320 MP3 and Tagging via Foobar)

Recorded and Produced
by nyctaper
2012-07-31

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:40:10]
01 Drift Dive
02 Endless Ladder
03 [banter – home]
04 Crest
05 [banter – Undersea]
06 Zelda
07 [banter – charitywater.org]
08 Rolled Together
09 Parentheses
10 No Widows
11 Atrophy
12 [banter – monsters]
13 Shiva
14 Two
15 Hounds
16 [banter – thanks]
17 Putting The Dog to Sleep
18 [encore break]
19 I Don’t Want Love
20 Wake

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The Antlers: December 10, 2011 Webster Hall – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

December 12, 2011
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[photo courtesy of JeremyEye]

About midway through the Antlers show at Webster Hall last night, I took a stroll around the venue just to try to take it all in. The 1200+ capacity venue was literally packed to the walls — it wasn’t an easy stroll. But the take-away is that this band can fill a venue of this size on a busy Friday night when concert-goers had many other choices. In the Antlers biggest ever show in NYC, the band delivered the goods. It was a ninety-minute set limited only in length by the late-night club that Webster Hall becomes after 11 p.m. We got the feeling that they could have played another half hour. The set consisted of an interesting mix of Burst Apart and Hospice material, including some songs we had not seen in a while. “Sylvia” is streaming below, and the stand-out performance brought back a powerful song that was not played earlier in the year. The Burst Apart material has grown in length and development in the live setting, and in particular “Teeth” (also streaming below) embodies that maturation. Just a few days removed from a 30-plus show tour of Europe, the Antlers were well rehearsed but undoubtedly a little fatigued. Fortunately, the energy of a sold-out triumphant hometown return show invigorated the quartet, so that there wasn’t an ebb moment in the entire ninety-minute set.

I recorded this set with the hyper-cardioid Neumann microphones placed at the front rail of the soundboard booth in the lower balcony, and mixed with a soundboard feed. The difficult room was mixed with precision by the Antlers FOH Dan Seiders, and the sound quality is excellent. Enjoy!

Stream “Every Night My Teeth Are Falling Out”:

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This recording is now available as a FLAC or MP3 download at Archive.org [HERE].

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The Antlers
2011-12-10
Webster Hall
New York, NY USA

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard + Neumann KM-150s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, downsample set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > TLH > flac (320 MP3 and Tagging via Foobar)

Recorded and Produced
by nyctaper
2011-12-11

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:33:37]
01 Parentheses
02 No Widows
03 Kettering
04 French Exit
05 Atrophy
06 Corsicana
07 Rolled Together
08 Every Night My Teeth Are Falling Out
09 [banter]
10 Hounds
11 Putting the Dog To Sleep
12 [encore break]
13 I Don’t Want Love
14 Sylvia
15 Epilogue

If you download this recording from NYCTaper, we expect that you will PLEASE SUPPORT The Antlers, visit their website, and purchase Burst Apart from their site [HERE].

The Antlers: October 3, 2011 Wellmont Theatre – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Song

October 6, 2011
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[photo by Amanda Hatfield]

In our many posts about The Antlers, we have never spoken about the band’s technical prowess. The new album, Burst Apart, was produced by the band, but the lion’s share of the studio and tech work was done by keyboardist Darby Cicci. At Wellmont Theatre on Monday night, it was a question in my mind as to whether the band’s sound could fill such a cavernous theatre, but from the very outset The Antlers did just that. As they opened with perhaps the most aggressive song from Burst Apart “Parentheses”, Michael Lerner’s well-mic’d bass drum and the strong dual guitar work of Peter Silberman and Tim Mislock produced a wall of sound, but it was Darby’s keys and effects that provided both the bottom end and the depth to the booming sound. The set continued in the same vein, with six new songs of the seven played, supplemented by an emotional version of “Atrophy” from Hospice. The Antlers return to the NYC area on December 10, with a newly announced date at Webster Hall.

We recorded this set in the same manner and location as the EITS set, and the sound quality is equally rich. Enjoy!

Stream “I Don’t Want Love”:

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This Recording is now available to Download in FLAC and MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].

The Antlers
2011-10-03
Wellmont Theatre
Montclair, NJ USA

Four-Track Digital Master Recording
Recorded from Front Center of Balcony Rail

Schoeps MK-41 > PSP2 + DPA 4021’s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by
nyctaper and hi and lo
2011-10-06

Setlist:
[Total Time 46:57]
01 Parentheses
02 No Widows
03 I Don’t Want Love
04 Atrophy
05 Rolled Together
06 Hounds
07 Putting The Dog To Sleep

If you download this recording from NYCTaper, we expect that you will PLEASE SUPPORT The Antlers, visit their website, and purchase Burst Apart from their site [HERE].

The Antlers: May 20, 2011 Bowery Ballroom – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

May 22, 2011
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[photos by Amanda Hatfield]

The dilemma with back to back concerts from the same band is the potential for a redundant and unsatisfying repeat. After an amazing night at Music Hall on Thursday when I had too good of a time (and acidjack did all the work), I approached Friday’s show from the Antlers with a lingering hangover, fatigue, and some trepidation. At the outset of the Antlers set, the vibe in the room was radically different — MHOW’s overwhelming reefer smell and party atmosphere was replaced by a seriousness and sense of purpose. After three songs, Darby remarked that the crowd was eerily silent between songs. As with the last time was saw the Antlers at Bowery (here), the attentiveness of the crowd reflected the audience’s respect for the seriousness of the music. While Burst Apart is a significantly more “hopeful” album than its predecessor, the manner by which the Antlers go about their craft certainly creates an atmosphere of reverence for the music. While the Hospice material received the more vocal crowd reception, it is rare that a band can open a show with five new songs and continue to draw in crowd support. A slightly re-arranged setlist from Thursday’s show contained many highlights, but we’ve chosen to stream “Teeth” as it was an extremely tight performance of a song that the band will feature as the first single from the album and which will be performed on some television shows in the near future — details to follow. This show also featured the four-song encore set with three Hospice songs surrounding “Corsicana”. The continuing development of “Two” as show-stopper was evident at this show and we’re also streaming this version below. As with the three times we’ve seen the Antlers this month, “Wake” was the powerful and quite appropriate closer to this extraordinary show.

The Antlers fly west for a performance at the Sasquatch Festival next weekend before heading out on tour.

I recorded this set with the Neumann microphones mounted in the standard balcony rail position and mixed with an excellent board feed. The sound quality is superb. Enjoy!

Stream “Every Night My Teeth Are Falling Out”:

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Stream “Two”:

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This Recording is now available to Download in FLAC or MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].

The Antlers
2011-05-20
Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY USA

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard + Neumann KM-150s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2 x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2011-05-22

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:29:16]
01 I Don’t Want Love
02 Parentheses
03 No Widows
04 French Exit
05 [banter]
06 Rolled Together
07 Bear
08 Every Night My Teeth Are Falling Out
09 [crowd]
10 Hounds
11 [banter-thanks]
12 Putting the Dog to Sleep
13 [encore break]
14 Kettering
15 [banter – missed connection]
16 Corsicana
17 Two
18 Wake

If you download this recording from NYCTaper, we expect that you will PLEASE SUPPORT The Antlers, visit their website, and purchase Burst Apart from their site [HERE].

The Antlers: May 19, 2011 Music Hall of Williamsburg – FLAC and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

May 22, 2011
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[Photo courtesy of Amanda Hatfield]

After a surprise midnight show a few weeks ago at the Knitting Factory (that recording here), The Antlers came back for a duo of proper hometown performances. The first of these, at the incredible-sounding Music Hall of Williamsburg, had the manic energy and theatricality (complete with billowing stage smoke and a happyface balloon tower) that I have come to expect from triumphant returns by Brooklyn bands in this venue. The Antlers won’t be staying in town long; they are back on the road for festivals on the West Coast at the end of this month, as well as a rigorous tour swing through the U.S. and Canada in June. With the new record Burst Apart now in stores and critically acclaimed, the band are delivering its songs live as if they’ve been playing these songs for years. The set focused heavily on the new material, including the standout first single, the Radiohead-referencing “Parentheses” and one of my personal favorites, “Rolled Together”. Peter Silberman’s voice soared to its usual operatic heights, and the band seems to enjoy sinking their teeth into the more rocking new material. The four-song encore including three of the strongest tracks from their breakout album Hospice – my personal favorite “Kettering,” the narrative masterpiece “Two,” and the set closer, “Wake.” As great as they are, the Hospice numbers didn’t overshadow the new songs; that record, and those songs, are incredible, but Burst Apart, as this show proved, stands on its own – and is possibly the better record to play live, with its denser atmospherics and slightly harder edge. Three albums in, The Antlers are still a young band, and one that, we are sure, will continue to evolve and grow.

We recorded this set from the center of the balcony with the Schoeps microphones on an extension arm lowered toward the stacks, running into an analog preamp to provide natural warmth. The DPA microphones were also used in a small amount to add some atmosphere and room feel to the recording. We are very pleased with the results. Enjoy!

The May 20 show at Bowery Ballroom was also recorded and will be posted shortly.

Stream “Rolled Together”:

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This recording is now available for download as FLAC or MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].

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The Antlers
2011-05-19
Music Hall of Williamsburg
Brooklyn, NY USA

An acidjack master recording
Recorded and produced by acidjack for nyctaper.com

Equipment: Schoeps Mk41>CMC6>Oade M248 + DPA 4021 >> Edirol R-44 [Oade Concert Mod] (24/48)
Position: Center balcony, on extension arm/clamps, DPA X/Y, Schoeps PAS
Mastering: 2x24bit/48kHz WAV>Audacity (EQ DPA source, mixdown, smooth peaks, set fades, amplify and balance, smooth peaks, downsample)>FLAC ( level 8 )

Tracks [Total Time 1:32:11]
01 I Don’t Want Love
02 [banter]
03 No Widows
04 Parentheses
05 French Exit
06 Rolled Together
07 Bear
08 [banter]
09 Every Night My Teeth Are Falling Out
10 [banter]
11 Hounds
12 Putting the Dog to Sleep
13 [encore break]
14 Kettering
15 Corsicana
16 Two
17 [banter]
18 Wake

If you download this recording from NYCTaper, we expect that you will PLEASE SUPPORT The Antlers, visit their website, and order Burst Apart from their site [HERE].

The Antlers: May 6, 2011 Knitting Factory – Flac and MP3 Downloads + Streaming Song

May 8, 2011
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[photos by Amanda Hatfield]

On Friday night, The Antlers played a surprise midnight show at Knitting Factory. The show was a brooklynvegan-presented impromptu CD release show for Burst Apart (Frenchkiss), which will be released on Tuesday. The Antlers treated their fans who missed SXSW to a encore of the show they presented in March — Burst Apart from start to finish. The Brooklyn crowd also got a very special bonus in superb renditions of two Hospice songs as encores, including a powerful “Wake” set closer. But the real focus of this evening was the new material. Burst Apart is perhaps the best album you will purchase this year. The album’s production is flawless and the strength of the songs are apparent from start to finish. From the opening “I Don’t Want Love” through standout tracks (and future singles) “French Exit”, “No Widows” and “Every Night My Teeth Are Falling Out”, the album reaches its climax with the future song of the year, the hopeful-but-guarded “Putting the Dog to Sleep”. The live version of “Dog” (streaming below) is an affirmation and was a exclamation point for this incredible evening, as the band extended the closing section to a powerful finish.

Burst Apart can still be pre-ordered online and the special packages offer bonuses [HERE].

I recorded this set with the warmer DPA microphones set up at the soundboard area and mixed them with an excellent feed from the board. The Antlers FOH Dan did an excellent job on the mix this evening and the result is a recording with superb sound quality. Enjoy!

Stream “Putting the Dog to Sleep”:

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This Recording is now available to Download in FLAC and MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].

The Antlers
2011-05-06
The Knitting Factory
Brooklyn, NY USA

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard + DPA 4021s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2x 24bit 48kHz wav files > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2011-05-07

Setlist:
[Total Time 1:15:57]
01 I Don’t Want Love
02 French Exit
03 Parentheses
04 No Widows
05 [banter]
06 Rolled Together
07 Every Night My Teeth Are Falling Out
08 [banter2]
09 Hounds
10 Corsicana
11 Putting the Dog to Sleep
12 [encore break]
13 Two
14 Wake

If you download this recording from NYCTaper, we expect that you will PLEASE SUPPORT The Antlers, visit their website, and pre-order Burst Apart from their site [HERE].

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