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A Place to Bury Strangers Play Two Nights in SF

Bay Area music lovers will have the opportunity to see Brooklyn's A Place to Bury Strangers play the Milk Bar in San Francisco for two nights only on January 2nd and 3rd! If you've been to The Milk Bar in San Francisco's legendary neighborhood of Haight, you already know this venue is incredibly intimate. This is what makes these two shows so awesome. You won't have to be crammed in a huge venue, unable to see or get the full effect of the band's sound.

Take this opportunity to get an up close and personal live performance from A Place to Bury Strangers with special guests:

Night #1: Saturday Jan 2 (SOLD OUT)
A Place to Bury Strangers
Astral (SF)

with DJ Clay Andrews (of The Spiral Electric)
Doors 8PM / 21+

Night #2: Sunday Jan 3

A Place to Bury Strangers
Highlands (Long Beach)
White Manna (Humboldt)

Doors 8PM / 21+

Tickets are $20 / $35 w/ limited edition poster

Curated by Evan Hagen (Thief Presents) 

Highlands announce sophomore album Dark Matter Traveler, share new track "Beauty"

Psychedelic rock lovers, perk your ears! Long Beach natives Highlands are set to release their upcoming album Dark Matter Traveler on July 15th through their own label, Say Again Records.

The band tags themselves beneath “rock, shoegaze and psychedelic rock” genres, which does a pretty decent job of putting their music into perspective. As any good shoegazing, psych-rocking band would, Highlands blankets their tunes in thick coats of drone and fuzz. The depth and warmth of their sound as well as their ethereal harmonies lulls listeners into an aural trance until that moment of cognizance brigns awareness as to how hard this band is going. For instance, the track “Beauty”, which the band recently released for streaming on Brooklyn Vegan, features a pummeling drum line kneading its way through the doughy layers of distorted thickness and echoing vocals that characterize the track. Give it a listen! - Ted Jamison


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