a place to bury strangers
A Place To Bury Strangers, Sleepies, and Pill at Brooklyn Night Bazaar
Thank you for all the free concerts Brooklyn Night Bazaar, including this stellar one last Saturday night.
A Place To Bury Strangers, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, and Grooms at Music Hall of Williamsburg
APTBS release their fourth record and celebrated with a show at MHOW last month.
A Place to Bury Strangers, “We’ve Come So Far” (Live)
Relive the intense set from the last Death By Audio show ever.
Underground America 2014
Celebrating the photographers and performers at DIY spaces, small venues, record shops, and other locations.
The last nights of Death by Audio
Photographer Julia Bee documented the final shows at Death by Audio on film.
A Place to Bury Strangers, “Straight”
Paranormal sensory overload.
Week in Pop: Hills Like Elephants, Long Faces, Sun Voyager, Tattoo Money, Trak Joy
The Blind Shake, Captain Supernova, Death Records, Heavy Drag, J£zus Million, SmCity, co-curated by Surf Club
Watch Lightning Bolt close out Death By Audio
Sentimentality and a Vice-welcoming party.
Lightning Bolt, A Place To Bury Strangers, and JEFF The Brotherhood Death by Audio
Death by Audio closed down in a grand way. Our sincere thanks to the founders, employees, residents and bands that performed at Death by Audio during their final 75 days. <3
Week in Pop: Boulevards, Purmamarca, Ruby My Dear, Seamajesty, Valise
Ballroom Cancer, Logan Hyde, Memoryy, Munroe, Nite Fields, White Prism, co-curated by Juan Wauters.
A Living Tribute to Death By Audio
An ongoing account of what the space—and more importantly, the people—meant to Brooklyn.
A Place to Bury Strangers, Spires and LODRO at The Wick
Four New York bands perform at The Wick in Brooklyn.
A Place To Bury Strangers, Bleeding Rainbow, Potty Mouth, and Shark? at Death by Audio
With this unbeatable bill, Death by Audio wins everything.
Thee Oh Sees, “Lupine Dominus (Live At Death By Audio 2012)”
DBA's questionable air conditioning gets put on trial by Thee Oh Sees.
Northside 2013: Iceage at Music Hall of Williamsburg
Iceage has gone from the basements of Denmark to the larger venues of Brooklyn in just 5 years