As 2015 winds to a close today, we celebrate by reflecting on our favorite releases of the year. With so many amazing albums to choose from, this list most thoroughly reflects our taste and what we found ourselves naturally drawn … Continue reading
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A Place To Bury Strangers, who headlined our annual Out In The Streets Festival last summer, are readying the release of their new album Transfixiation, due February 17 on Dead Oceans. Check out the typically ear-blistering album cut “Straight”.
The best part of living in New York during the summer is all the amazing free shows. The annual River to River Festival just announced their lineup: Wire, Ulrich Schnauss, A Place to Bury Strangers, Sonic Youth, St. Vincent, No … Continue reading
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