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Album Review: A Place To Bury Strangers: Transfixiation

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Brooklyn’s A Place To Bury Strangers announce their new EP, Hologram, will be released on 16th July on founding member Oliver Ackermann’s label Dedstrange. Hologram is the anticipated follow-up to 2018’s Pinned and will be capped by a world tour in early 2022. In 2003, A Place To Bury Strangers emerged on the scene out of Ackermann’s psychotropic …

LNZRT, Bad Vibrations and Snap, Crackle & Pop have teamed up once again to offer the second installment of Test Pressing Festival; a multi-venue event which takes place across a number of canal side spaces in Hackney Wick. The day is set to be action packed with a tight schedule offering a few too many …

For over a decade Brooklyn’s A Place To Bury Strangers have been dealing in pure sonic destruction. Famously lauded as the loudest band in NYC, their thunderous noise-rock has seen them pick up a cult following and shatter many unsuspecting eardrums across the globe. With no release or live show like the last, APTBS have continually twisted their malevolent sonic …

When the word spread that there was to be no more Eindhoven Psych Lab‘s taking over the Effenaar for two days a year, there was a collective sigh of dismay from the psych community worldwide. So when London’s Fuzz Club Records announced that they were hosting an event with much the same vibe, a cheer …

Last month London-based label and record store Fuzz Club announced thwy will be hosting a two day festival over 24th-25th August in Eindhoven, in partnership with the prestigious Effenaar venue – the line-up already boasting the likes of The Black Angels, Holy Wave, The Underground Youth and Ron Gallo. As Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018 draws …

Pinned is the fifth studio offering from Brooklyn’s A Place To Bury Strangers who in their ten year history have garnered a reputation for releasing unique records and putting on mesmerising live performances. They have had to make some big decisions in recent years, they were in search of a new drummer who arrived in …

A Place To Bury Strangers have announced their new album, Pinned. Coming April 13th on Dead Oceans, this will be their fifth full length album finds and explores some of their most urgent work to date. A couple of years ago, A Place To Bury Strangers made a big decision. They were in search of …

Day Two dawns for Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia, and the bleary eyed and the fresh faced alike assemble early at the Baltic Triangle to begin to absorb what is certain to be an interesting day. Opening the District stage are Manchester’s Purple Heart Parade. Back to a five piece after recent personnel changes, the …

The full line up has been confirmed for the annual Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia, and as usual it more than impresses. Songhoy Blues, a desert blues group from Timbuktu, Mali. The band was formed in Bamako after they were forced to leave their homes during the civil conflict and the imposition of Sharia Law. …

A Place To Bury Strangers have just released their latest video. ‘Now It’s Over’, an album track from ‘Transfixiation‘. Dark, somewhat bleak, it’s a rather ominous tune. Video animator Dave Merson Hess explains “I loved the mood of “Now It’s Over”, and the way the lyrics and arrangement captured the feeling of a breakup as …