Future Antiques
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Future Antiques

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The Getaway - 2008



Twin Cities based synth-rock band, Future Antiques, has a fresh, yet familiar sound, combining atmospheric elements of Coldplay and Pink Floyd and fusing them with the edginess of bands like Muse and Mute Math. Herd brothers, Jason and Joel, first formed Future Antiques in 2005 while they were students at McNally Smith College of Music in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It began as an experiment in duplicating ambient and electronic music in a live band setting. After three years of development and line-up changes, including the addition of Adam Durand on bass, the remaining members decided to start over with a clean slate. They teamed up with longtime friend and singer-songwriter Jeremy Robinson, whose influences were so different, it was not clear at first how all these new musical ideas could work in one band. After nine months of collaboration, the group found its direction. With screaming keytar solos, rich guitar lines, intricate rhythms all tamed by pop rock hooks and smooth vocals, Future Antiques have been warmly welcomed onto the Minneapolis music scene. The band's first EP, The Getaway, was released in August 2008 and is available on iTunes.