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Antenna refers to at least three bands.

Antenna was an American indie rock band active from 1991 to 1994.

The group was put together in Bloomington, Indiana by John Strohm and Freda Love, who had previously played together in the group Blake Babies. After adding local musicians Jacob Smith and Vess Ruhtenberg to the lineup, they began recording some of the songs Strohm had written while a member of the Blake Babies. Their debut full-length followed on Mammoth Records not long afterwards.

After the departure of Ruhtenberg and Love, Patrick Spurgeon joined the group and an EP, Sleep, was released in 1992. The full-length Hideout followed in 1993, with Ed Ackerman filling in on second guitar for the departed Ruhtenberg. Love returned for the For Now EP, also issued in 1993, but it was the group's last before dissolving. Following the breakup, Love and Smith married, and Strohm formed Velo-Deluxe before moving on to a solo career later in the decade.

Antenna are an Australian group featuring: Kim Salmon who is most noted for his work with Scientists, and later with Beasts of Bourbon, Kim Salmon & the Surrealists, Darling Downs, Salmon and many others, Dave Faulkner who's best known as a member of Hoodoo Gurus, Electronic keyboardists Stuart McCarthy from South End. Also Chrissy Amphlett the lead singer for rock band Divinyls sings lead vocals on the track Divine. Mushroom Records released the one and only album 'Installation' in 1998.

Antenna is also a post-punk band from Hollywood, California.

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