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we pay tribute to Dead Moon’s Fred Cole on this week’s BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU

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We lost Fred Cole of Dead Moon and Pierced Arrows a couple weeks ago and today we pay tribute to him and his music on this week’s edition of BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU. In addition to lots of Dead Moon and Pierced Arrows originals, there are covers of their songs by Cat Power, A Place to Bury Strangers, The Dirtbombs, Grouper and more.

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Whither Festivus: Liverpool Psych Fest 2017 Recap

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Whither Festivus: Liverpool Psych Fest 2017 Recap

Of all the festivals in all the world, the one I’ve most wanted to go to since I was first made aware of its existence several years ago is Liverpool Psych Fest (official proper name: the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia). After many years of drooling over the lineup and dreaming of being there, this year’s festival finally became my reality. And friends, I’m still glowing in the aftermath of this late September treasure. 

It seems only fitting that in a city so often pointed to for its lasting contribution to modern music, a festival of such monumental cool is ...

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Caveman, A Place to Bury Strangers & more playing 2017 Out in the Streets fest

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2017 Out in the Streets Festival takes place July 15 & 16 at The Well in Brooklyn and they’ve just announced the lineup, which includes Caveman, A Place to Bury Strangers

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Dive Bar Wisdom with A Place to Bury Strangers

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For this edition of ‘Dive Bar Wisdom‘ we caught up with A Place to Bury Strangers while they were out on the road, to talk about future plans, post Death By Audio life, and some of their favorite places in NYC

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Sacred Bones 10th Anniversary RBMA show in pics (Zola Jesus, Jenny Hval, more)

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Sacred Bones 10th Anniversary show for Red Bull Music Academy featured performances from Zola Jesus, Blanck Mass, Jenny Hval, The Men, Moon Duo with Jim Jarmusch, Psychic Ills, Marissa Nadler, Uniform, and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Edley O’Dowd. The label is putting on another 10th anniversary showcase as part of Northside Fest.

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Video of The Day #262: A Place to Bury Strangers

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Video of The Day #262: A Place to Bury Strangers

There’s a bunch of videos out there. Some of them are good. Some of them are a cut above. I like to think my picks for Video of The Day are a cut (or two) above.

This one’s just your typical boy takes stroll in the park, boy gets followed by some shady warlock type, boy gets chased and subsequently abducted by said warlock type, shady warlock takes boy back to his laboratory and uses him as a science experiment story. And all the while, the delicious delirium of A Place to Bury Strangers penetrates and pummels the senses most agreeably.  

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Newsflash!: Win Tickets to The Black Angels & A Place To Bury Strangers @ 9:30 Club, 4/30/17

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Newsflash!: Win Tickets to The Black Angels & A Place To Bury Strangers @ 9:30 Club, 4/30/17

You love going to shows. I love giving you tickets to shows. It’s a match made in heaven. Read on for how you can win some tickets.

I’ve been going to shows at the legendary 9:30 Club since I was a teenager, and have seen some of the best of the best grace that venerable stage. It is a pleasure to be offering a pair of tickets to several upcoming 9:30/IMP shows.

If you were to ask me about shows I had probably dreamed about happening, this union of The Black Angels and A Place To Bury Strangers would be ...

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A Place to Bury Strangers, Oneida, & Yvette @ Villain (pics)

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It was a dissonant, dystopian night at Williamsburg spot Villain on Friday (3/3), with A Place to Bury Strangers and Yvette bringing the shriiiing amidst waves of distortion, fog, strobes and, in the case of APTBS, flung instruments.

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On The Road Again: The Black Angels + A Place To Bury Strangers

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On The Road Again: The Black Angels + A Place To Bury Strangers

Well, well, well. Look who’s taking their show on the road?

You really can’t go wrong seeing The Black Angels and A Place To Bury Strangers live. But having these two excellent bands on the same bill? My compliments to whoever made it happen. If you’ve got a hankering for some incredibly loud, hypnotic psych rock with bite and some incredibly loud, shambolic noise rock, I encourage you to see this dynamic duo on their impending tour. Both bands will undoubtedly have new material to unleash, which means can’t-miss shows. 

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Psycho Las Vegas day 2 review: Electric Wizard, High on Fire, Blue Oyster Cult, Boris & more

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Friday at Psycho Las Vegas was a parade of great bands on the main stage, and that continued on Saturday. I kicked things off with SubRosa, the Salt Lake City doom band who just released their fantastic new album…

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150+ never-before-seen Death by Audio photos by Ebru (whose BOOK is OUT NOW!)

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During the last month of Brooklyn DIY venue Death by Audio’s existence, photographer Ebru Yildiz practically lived at the space, shooting both the live shows and taking candid pics of life behind the scenes of those who lived and worked at DbA. Those photos are the basis of Ebru’s new book We’ve Come So Far – The Last Days of Death By Audio…

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new Brooklyn Bazaar opens in September (initial live music schedule)

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Shows will now all be ticketed but it’s still free to visit the arcade and vendors. Initial live music schedule includes CYHSY, Ted Leo, Pissed Jeans, Iron Chic, and more.

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

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

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.

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final Death by Audio shows featured on new live LP (Future Islands, Oh Sees, Ty Segall & more)

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The last month of Death by Audio featured an incredible amount of talent playing the venue, including 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, and more. Recordings from DbA’s last hurrah have been collected for a live compilation album titled Start Your Own Fucking Show Space which…

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The Fashionably Late Top 50 of 2015: A Place to Bury Strangers

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The Fashionably Late Top 50 of 2015: A Place to Bury Strangers

I am forever running late. While it may not be a part of my charm, I would refer you to the old saying about better late than never. In any case, after probably way too much thought, I finally settled upon my favorite 50 records from the year that was 2015. I’m also mixing it up a little this year, y’all. Instead of ranking every record, I’m giving you my picks in alphabetical order, saving my number one, very favorite record of the year for last. So sit back, relax, and refresh your memory of last year’s best with a ...

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Psycho Las Vegas 2016 lineup (Electric Wizard, Drive Like Jehu, Sleep, Blue Oyster Cult, Candlemass & more)

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Also: Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats, Baroness, Pentagram, Converge, Death, High On Fire, Fu Manchu, Boris, Down, Yob, and still many more.

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Good Cover Version: A Place to Bury Strangers Does David Bowie

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Pulp gave the world the song “Bad Cover Version.” But seeing as I’m a sonic optimist, I’m of the belief that there’s more likely than not more good cover versions floating around than bad ones. Good Cover Version celebrates the good, and leaves all that bad and ugly stuff alone.

Yesterday’s news is still so raw and unreal, that I’m a little tongue-tied in general. So I just thought you might like to hear this noisy, sexy, powerful version of “Suffragette City” by the always wonderful A Place to Bury Strangers. Bowie forever! 

[posted 1.12.16]

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