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Album Review

With this three song EP clocking in at an average of more than 7 minutes a song, Antarctica has completely outdone themselves. I have not been this impressed and downright in awe of a band's sound in quite a while. Throbbing, dreamlike soundscapes of beautiful tones and heartshattering pulses of rhythm. A perfect album to drive into the night with, or with which to wake up from a nightmare of drowning in dark oceans. With beautiful muffled vocals covering atmoshperic synthesizer melodies, shimmering guitar lines and an overall dark feeling, this EP is a must have for those who enjoy slow, intense and brooding music with a slight My Bloody Valentine influence. The presence of ex-members of the legendary Christie Front Drive is only slightly evident in the music. Wrapped up in excellent production and fitting artwork.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

New York's Antarctica formed in 1995 with the line-up of Chris Donohue (vocals, guitar, programming), Glenn Maryansky (drums), Ben Zimmerman (bass), Eric Richter (vocals, guitar) and Nicole Waxenblatt (keyboards). The band released the 23:03 EP in 1997, followed by the full-length 81:03 in 1999, which was produced by Alap Momin (Dalek, The Lapse). Antarctica played shows with National Skyline, Jets to Brazil, The Promise Ring, and Jimmy Eat World, but broke up in 1999....
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