When they ask us what we did to avert disaster, we need to be able to say: “Our best.”
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Peter Silberman sings and plays guitar in Brooklyn-based band The Antlers. Their most recent album is Undersea. In turbulent
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Wesley Stace's eclectic talents make him a hard man to pin down. For over 20 years he's recorded highly literate folk music under the name John Wesley Harding. We spoke recently in Manhattan.