The Antlers – Hospice

This is a concept album about disappearing—one could assume voluntary or involuntary. The Antlers’ second album, Hospice, layers dense fuzz effects and somber piano, which combine to create a sonic atmosphere of sadness, isolation, and loss. Vocalist Peter Silberman created the record as answer to why he disappeared after moving to New York City in […]

Julien-K – Death to Analog

“Man this sounds familiar!” I said to myself as I began listening to Julien-K‘s debut album, Death To Analog. I soon found, reading through the band’s bio, that there’s a reason for that. Julien-K is actually the brainchild of two Orgy members, Amir Derakh and Ryan Shuck.