Jeff the Brotherhood and Diarrhea Planet very nearly brought the ceiling down at Death By Audio on Sunday night with what must be one of the most potent pairings that have graced the venue.
Death By Audio is inevitably going to go out in style before closing on the 22nd of November (I’m still not over it), and the venue’s website has updated its list of shows running up until Halloween. As you can imagine, there are some stellar picks available as we enter the last few weeks of having a […]
Death By Audio is my favourite place in New York, I’m writing this with a lump in my throat, but I think everyone wondered just how long the venue could last in the neighbourhood and unfortunately that question has been answered. A statement from Edan Wilbur and Matt Conboy reads: After seven years of operation Death […]
Black Wine have just released their latest album, Yell Boss, on Don Giovanni Records and are playing a record release show at Death By Audio this Friday (22nd of August). The record hits a bit harder than 2012’s Hollow Earth though as usual the trio split songwriting and singing duties between them. The album artwork is by Screaming Females‘ Marissa […]
Punk meets Art. Rhode Island maniacs Tinsel Teeth and Doomsday Student (ex Arab On Radar) ravished Death by Audio on Saturday. Tinsel Teeth are easily amongst the most ‘physical’ live performers out there, while Doomsday Student flat out make your ears explode with their signature No Wave assaults. NSFW video edits of both sets are […]
Pygmy Lush played a headlining set at Death By Audio on Saturday. Watch a 27 minute long rendition of “November Song” below.
New York City dark gazers Vaura played a beautifully crushing set at Death by Audio last Saturday. Watch a video of the song “The Emanation” below. Grab a copy of their debut full length, now out on Weird.
Death by Audio currently celebrates its 5th anniversary. As part of the ongoing festivities, Widowspeak played to a packed house last night. A video edit of “Half Awake” is below.
Last night Death By Audio threw a Christmas Party at Secret Project Robot’s new Bushwick location. A Place To Bury Strangers closed out the night in their most typical fashion. A video edit of the songs “Don’t save your love” and “Dead Beat” is below.
Tinsel Teeth brought their naughty ruckus to Death by Audio last night. Below is a video edit of the last 10+ minutes.