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Day 27/100: A Place to Bury Strangers – "Everyone's the Same"

It's the latest (and loudest) in the 'Our First 100 Days' protest series. Continue reading…

A Place To Bury Strangers – “Everyone’s The Same”

We are now 27 days into Donald Trump's presidency, and shit just keeps getting crazier! It honestly seems possible that Secretly Canadian's anti-Trump Our First 100 Days campaign might outlast Trump's presidency itself. And so maybe it's appropriate that today, the campaign brings us a new song from a rock band who thrives on noise…

A Place to Bury Strangers announce US tour, supporting dates with The Black Angels

Lookout, loudness-lovers: Brooklyn noisemakers A Place to Bury Strangers have just plotted their next tour of the US, and it includes a string of dates supporting Austin, TX psych-rock mainstays The Black Angels, as well as one special show with The Flaming Lips in New Haven, CT. Show More Summary

A Place to Bury Strangers playing BK with Oneida before CT show with Flaming Lips

APTBS will also have a new track on the anti-Trump protest project 'Our First 100 Days.' Continue reading…

listen to Death by Audio live album 'Start Your Own Fucking Showspace'

The album features live performances by Thee Oh Sees, Future Islands, Ty Segall, Lightning Bolt, Dan Deacon, Parquet Courts, Protomartyr, JEFF the Brotherhood, A Place to Bury Strangers, Deerhoof, Protomartyr, METZ, all recorded during the last month of the Brooklyn DIY space. Continue reading…

The Numerators releasing 'Strange' new LP (stream it), going on tour, playing Northside Fest

The album, which was mastered by Oliver Ackermann of A Place to Bury Strangers, tightropes between crazed freakout and hooky smarts without ever losing its balance. Continue reading…

A Place To Bury Strangers – “oh no / cool sensations / gong home”

12 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

New York noise rockers A Place To Bury Strangers are following up last year’s Transfixation full-length with an 7? of fucked-up and spontaneous pop songs. It’s called Kicking Out Jams. “I always wanted to have a band that would just come up with real pop songs on the spot,” Oliver Ackerman explained in a press […]

pics: Ty Segall @ Webster Hall night 2 with The Men and Dion Lunadon

Check out pics from Ty's second night of mayhem at Webster Hall, this time with openers The Men and Dion Lunadon of A Place to Bury Strangers. Continue reading…

A Place to Bury Strangers added to Market Hotel's reopening party on Sat; APTBS bassist Dion Lunadon releasing solo 7"

by Bill Pearis APTBS' Dion Lunadon atop the crowd at Death by Audio's final night Market Hotel's long-awaited reopening happens this weekend with a two-night celebration: Friday (1/22) with VIA APP, Kill Alters, Dreamcrusher, and Malory; and Saturday (1/23) with...

Dion Lunadon – “Com/Broke” (Stereogum Premiere)

On his first solo work, a 7? titled Com/Broke, A Place To Bury Strangers bassist Dion Lunadon channels bands like Toy Love, the Gun Club, Gestalt, and Supercar. The title track features classic punk and hard rock sounds and macabre lyrics like “Might as well crash a car” and “I got no reason to hold […]

Dog Island is a new band featuring Michelle Zauner of Little Big League & Alanna Nuala Higgins of Moon

Dog Island is a new NYC band with Little Big League / Japanese Breakfast singer/guitarist Michelle Zauner, Moon singer and A Place to Bury Strangers collaborator Alanna Nuala Higgins, and drummer Kat Casale. They haven't released any recordings yet,...

A Place To Bury Strangers – “Supermaster” Video

The loud-and-bleary New York rock band a Place To Bury Strangers released their Transfixation album near the beginning of the year, and they’ve been steadily cranking out videos for its songs: “Straight,” “We’ve Come So Far,” “Love High,” “Now It’s Over.” Their new clip for “Supermaster” isn’t something you should watch if you feel weird […]

A Place to Bury Strangers on tour, add second homecoming show at Saint Vitus w/ Sannhet & Pawns (updated dates)

APTBS @ Capitol Theatre in May (more by Dana [distortion] Yavin) A Place to Bury Strangers are currently on the road with old Death by Audio pals Grooms, and will play Salt Lake City on Thursday. The tour wraps in...

PREMIERE: Flowers of Evil are the Old School Punk Band You've Been Waiting For

"SS Eyes" by NYC's Flowers of Evil is a fist punch of first-era punk from members of A Place to Bury Strangers and Crocodiles. The song's video, premiering below, seethes with the anti-authoritarian rage and political paranoia that make Flowers of Evil such a distinctly urban band. Show More Summary

A Place To Bury Strangers – “Now It’s Over” Video

New York loud-rock institution a Place To Bury Strangers released their Transfixation album earlier this year, and they’ve already made videos for the songs “Straight,” “We’ve Come So Far,” and “Love High.” Today, they follow it up with a new clip for the bleary “Now It’s Over.” Director Dave Merson Hess has put together a […]

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