The Antlers is an indie rock band currently based in Brooklyn, New York. The band’s lyrics are written and sung by Peter Silberman. Their music is composed and performed by Silberman, Darby Cicci (trumpet, upright/electric bass, keyboards, synths, vocals) and Michael Lerner (drums). The Antlers’ makeup has developed from a lo-fi, bedroom recording folk project into a heavily lush and orchestrated rock group with an aptitude for melodious experimentation and layering. The instrumentation consists of vocals, electric guitar, keyboards/synths, drums and an array of other instruments including piano, horns, strings, and electronic elements. Silberman has said that the band's name is taken from The Microphones' song, "Antlers".
Oct 01 AB Club Brussels, Belgium
Oct 03 PARADISO Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct 04 Gebaude 9 Cologne, Germany
Oct 06 Vega Copenhagen, Denmark
Oct 12 Knust Hamburg, Germany
Oct 14 Lido Berlin, Germany
Sabina Sciubba (born February 23, 1975), better known by her stage name Sabina, is the lead-singer for the Grammy-nominated New York electronica band Brazilian Girls. She is also a visual artist and actress. Sabina was born in Rome, Italy to a German mother and a Italian father. She lived there until age 5, then moved to Germany with her mother, painter Hannelore Jüterbock, and her brother, Christian, where she grew up in Berg, Upper Bavaria. After living in Italy, Germany and France, Sciubba later lived in New York from 1999-2009, before returning to France. She has commented on her childhood: "I grew up singing to trees, donkeys, sheep and horses, so I suppose there isn't an audience I'm not prepared for.
Her solo record, called Toujours, was released on February 18, 2014 on Bar None Records and Naim Edge, UK on March 23, 2014. Sabina's album was welcomed with overwhelmingly positive reviews. The Boston Globe reviewer Rebecca Ostriker calls Sabina "a goddess". Allmusic says "Toujours is an album of true originality, executed with humor, warmth, and spark, and captivating from beginning to end." Qmagazine calls it "A thoughtful solo debut", Uncut calls Sabina "A Dietrich pour nos jours".