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Psychedelic/Space Rock

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3 stars Please do not confuse them with an eponymous Brooklyn based project headed by Peter Silberman. Those ANTLERS I'm writing about run a band hailing from Richmond/Virginia, which converted from the math playground to psychedelic/space/kraut over the course. Unusual indeed, you can hear their roots once in a while on this EP, the new home ground is surely distinctive here though. Short interludes, all equally named as 'Spirit Of Space' are building up the album's framework. The songs present a rather motoric and trippy atmosphere, however melodies don't go short actually.

All Day makes my day :-), maybe due to the well appointed second part, floating, intensive, backed by melancholic keyboard patterns, even the vocals are inspired really. Unfortunately I could not find out who is playing the organ - though not that virtuoso in comparison to the guitar work Wolfgang Daniel and Christian Brady do provide - this brings some fresh blood to the sound nevertheless. '2607 Space Godz' is a compelling work as for a quick summary, if you should claim to get some references to bands similar in sound I would name Verma, Papir, Magic Lantern - 3.5 stars.

Rivertree | 3/5 |


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