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.
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...
The stacked festival has Alice Cooper, Blue Oyster Cult, Truth & Janey, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Pentagram, Candlemass, Sleep, Electric Wizard, Boris, Baroness, Drive Like Jehu, Converge, and much more.
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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