The Antlers’ Peter Silberman Covers The Flaming Lips for “Our First 100 Days” Anti-Trump Project
Plus Listen to Songs by Meat Wave, S. Carey, Entrance, and Joan of Arc
"Our First 100 Days" is a new anti-President Donald Trump project. The good folks behind the "30 Days, 30 Songs" anti-Trump campaign during the election have teamed up with Secretly Group for "Our First 100 Days." They plan to release a new song every day during the first 100 days of Trump's presidency. Today's addition is from Peter Silberman of The Antlers. He has covered The Flaming Lips' "Feeling Yourself Disintegrate," from their 1999 album The Soft Bulletin. Silberman's debut solo album, Impermanence, is due out February 24 via ANTI-. Also below are other recent additions to the "Our First 100 Days" playlist from Meat Wave ("Dogs At Night"), S. Carey ("Come to Me"), Entrance ("Not Gonna Say Your Name (A Cappella Mix)"), and Joan of Arc ("Vampire E.R.").
"Our First 100 Days" launched on inauguration day with a new Angel Olsen song, "Fly on Your Wall." Since then there have been songs by PWR BTTM ("Vacation"), Animal Collective's Avey Tare ("Visit the Dojo," a demo from his Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks project), Jason Molina (the previously unreleased "Royko"), Women ("Group Transport Hall (Alternate Version)"), Suuns ("Native Tongue"), and Tilman Robinson and Luke Howard ("Requiem for 2016").
It's a subscription service with a minimum donation of $30 and the proceeds will benefit various organizations that support causes Trump is against: All Above All, Cosecha, Hoosier Action, People's Climate Movement, and Southerners On New Ground. Other artists taking part in "Our First 100 Days" include: Mitski, Whitney, Toro Y Moi, TORRES, Strand of Oaks, The Range, Tim Heidecker, Will Oldham, The Mountain Goats, Jens Lekman, Cherry Glazerr, Peter Silberman of The Antlers, Bully, Twin Peaks, Wild Nothing, How to Dress Well, and many more are involved. Find all the info here.
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