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DIY venue Death By Audio was totally alive, right up until the moment of its death. We’ve Come So Far - The Last Days Of Death By Audio, the beautiful book celebrating it, is the work of photographer Ebru Yildiz. Born in Turkey, she went to Pratt and has been crawling around New York’s music scene since 1998. Her work has been featured in places like The New York Times, Pitchfork, Spin, Interview...
There was something befitting in spending the final days in the run-up to one of the most divisive presidential elections in US history down south in Memphis, Tennessee. A deep blue city in the far corner of an all-red state, Memphis is a place that’s united by an easygoing vibe, even as it remains divided and largely segregated. For a New Yorker and first-time visitor, however, it offered escape from the pre-election noise...
Being the frontman of A Place to Bury Strangers (or "the loudest band in New York") and founder of the legendary Death By Audio–Ackermann certainly has made waves in the sphere of Brooklyn music.
Out In The Streets began as a single day of free music in Bushwick in 2009, taking place, yes, out in the streets. That year, bands played on the corner of Wyckoff and Troutman Streets and, technically, it was not called Out in the Streets at all. It was part of another great music initiative, Make Music New York, in which musicians stage free public shows throughout the entire city. At the time, the (eventual) Out in the Streets...

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