CRYSTAL ANTLERS !! WITH THE LOVELY BAD THINGS, PANGEA, SAN PEDRO EL CORTEZ AND LATE NITE OWL AT THE GLASSHOUSE - NOVEMBER 15TH, 2012
Photo courtesy of David Uzzardi
Viva and AMFMF Presents:
Crystal Antlers with The Lovely Bad Things, Pangea, San Pedro El Cortez and Late Nite Owl
at The Glasshouse in Pomona, California- 200 W. Second St.
TICKET GIVEAWAY!!! American Pancake will be giving away 2 pairs of tickets!!
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Don't miss this SHOW! Crystal Antlers simply kicks ass- on top of that- you have 4 other bands who all kick ass (of varying degrees)-- Plus the people at Glasshouse shows are just so NICE!
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Crystal Antlers are an evolving sound of punk, avant-garde pop, and experimental formed in 2006 in Long Beach California. They have released 2 full-length albums, an EP and numerous singles, 7″s, and cassettes. Crystal Antlers have held strong to a DIY ethic, self releasing and hand making/packaging all but 2 records, which were released by the legendary Touch & Go Records. They’ve supported themselves & their music with years of heavy touring and constant shows at home in Southern California.
After Crystal Antlers second full-length album Two-Way Mirror was released in summer 2011, they hit the road once again, wrapping up with a tour of the US alongside Wu Lyf. Artist Raymond Pettibon provided the artwork for Two-Way Mirror, and Organist/Producer/Collaborator Ikey Owens (Mars Volta, Jack White) joined with the band on the tours in support of the album.
At the beginning of 2012, Crystal Antlers completed construction on their recording studio where the band has been working relentlessly on it’s next record, slated for release in late fall. For the recordings, the band is stripped down to a trio, as it began (Andrew King – Guitar, Jonny Bell –Bass/Vocals, Kevin Stuart –Drums). The new music and direction reflects the simplicity of the core lineup and showcases Crystal Antlers in an even more raw way than heard before, drawing you in with a strange accessibility, which for this band, could be the most experimental move yet.