IDLES

At a point of uncertainty, IDLES bring you concise carnage. At a time of lies, IDLES bring you honesty.

At a time of body shaming and Photoshop, IDLES bring you a visceral barrage of joyous bile.



At a time of The Kardashians, IDLES bring you a story of working hard for what and who you love.



In a time of polarised politics and murky waters; IDLES and bands like them are needed to remind

people that it's ok to dance and laugh and sing in the face of adversity

A Place to Bury Strangers

"That's the most intense fear and feeling--when you go to a show and you're actually scared," says Oliver Ackermann, guitarist and frontman of Brooklyn trio A Place To Bury Strangers.

"Or you can palpably feel the danger in the music," adds bassit Dion Lunadon, "Like it's going to fall apart at any moment and the players doing it are so in the moment they don't give a shit about anything else. They're just going for it. It's a gutter kinda vibe; everything about it is icky and evil and dangerous."

The band are currently working on their 5th album with an eye toward a fall release. Rather than fixate on the minute recording details like they may have done in the past, the group, rounded out by drummer Lia Simone are trusting their instincts and trying to keep things as pure as possible. Music is much more exhilarating when it's unpredictable even on repeat plays. Simone makes her recording debut with the band here, and it's obvious that she's helped pushed the band's recordings closer to the level of their infamous live shows.

$25.50 - $35.50

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