Death By Audio
Dan Deacon announces new album with cryptic video
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.
High Places’ Mary Pearson returns as 33
Bringing the sunny skies of California to our cold door.
METZ, Protomartyr, Nots, and more at Death by Audio
The line for this DBA show went around the corner on Kent Avenue, in frigid weather, and the lineup wasn’t announced beforehand.
Fiasco, The Sediment Club, Michael Jordan, and Large Lady at Death by Audio
Two bands that broke up and reunited perform one more time at Death by Audio. Welcome back Fiasco and Michael Jordan.
Three days at Death by Audio
Nate Dorr visits Death by Audio a final time before they closed their doors. Well, make that three times.
Thee Oh Sees, Natural Child, and Jack Name at Death by Audio
Standing in a long line in bitterly cold weather was worth it for Thee Oh Sees, Natural Child, and Death by Audio.
Watch Lightning Bolt close out Death By Audio
Sentimentality and a Vice-welcoming party.
(All of) The Flyers of Death By Audio
We apologize in advance for the rabbit hole you’re about to enter.
Future Islands, The Immaculates, and DJ Dog Dick at Death by Audio
We all knew Future Islands would return to Death by Audio for a final performance and were so very happy that it actually happened.
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
Thee Oh Sees, Dope Body, Roomrunner, and more at Death by Audio
Denny, if you’re reading this, you can NOT smoke inside Death by Audio.
Future Punx, Priests, Downtown Boys, Pinkwash, and B-Boys at Death by Audio
Downtown Boys are recording their album in Chicago so they drove to Brooklyn for this show and then drove back to the midwest.
Watch Ocrilim perform at Death By Audio’s first show ever
Mick Barr shows us where it all began.