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Hey You! Want Two Tickets to See A Place to Bury Strangers on 11/15? Read On.

Do you want to score a pair of tickets to see new wave noisemakers, A Place to Bury Strangers, Thursday, November 15th at the Beachland Ballroom? It's simple, really. Click this email link, send that email, and you'll be entered for a pair of tickets to the show courtesy of your buds and I Rock Cleveland and the Beachland Ballroom. Alternately, you can simply make your own email without the fancy link business, address it to IRoc...READ MORE

The Rockometer: Onwards to the Wall by A Place to Bury Strangers

A Place to Bury Strangers Onwards to the Wall Dead Oceans Ideally, an EP, that release bigger than single, but not quite an album, can serve a variety of useful purposes. For example, some bands may use an EP to test out a new style or a new sound. Others, may use it as a reintroduction to their fans after a long lay off. Other times, EPs, serve more utilitarian purposes. Did you mean to record a live album, but ended up with a ...READ MORE

“So Far Away” by A Place to Bury Strangers

Short, sweet, loud and to the point, "So Far Away," the first song released from A Place to Bury Strangers' forthcoming EP for Dead Oceans isn't revealing and doesn't necessarily expand upon what we already know about the New York noisemakers. Rather, it reenforces the trio's strengths -- Working measurable volume and obscure textures into a post-punk framework. As in their earlier releases, the guitars are once again the stars wit...READ MORE

The Rockometer: The Flaming Lips’ Embryonic

The Flaming LipsEmbryonicWarner Bros.The Flaming Lips' Embryonic is endearingly weird album. Alien sounds can be found in the fore of the mix, in the rear, and in every section in between. And when the Lips aren't processing the familiarity straight out of their instruments, they have Karen O, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs lead singer, screeching like a beast unleashed on her backing vocals. Embryonic is a long album. Its 18 tracks and 70+...READ MORE

From the IRCWHQ Newsedsk: News from Beaten Awake, The Suede Brothers, Video from P4K09 and More

* Kent's Beaten Awake, now a four piece consisting of Jon Finley (vocals, guitar, keys, drums), Ryan Brannon (drums, guitar, bass, keys), Tom Raichel (bass, keys), and Gabe Schray (baritone guitar), will be releasing their second full length, Thunder$troke, October 13th on Fat Possum Records. It was recorded at Arkon's Audio Eagle Studios with Patrick Carney (of The Black Keys) and Jeff France and at Woolly Mammoth Studios with Tim...READ MORE

A Place to Bury Strangers, To Be a High Powered Executive, and Moustache Mountain. Beachland Tavern. 11.10.07

I expect my downstairs neighbor to start banging on their ceiling any minute now. It's what downstairs neighbor does when my stereo gets too loud. They'll bang. I'll stomp my feet on the floor. Maybe they'll bang again. Downstairs neighbor's message is simple, "Stop making noise." I'll answer with another solid thump, communicating my reply, "Fine, I'll turn down the music, as long as you quit banging on the ceiling, dude." I ...READ MORE