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With plenty of smoke and lights A Place to Bury Strangers amazes crowd

By Courtney Dabb, Sydney Correspondent

Venue: Hermann’s Bar, Sydney, Australia–September 5, 2015

Rock At Night had the pleasure of seeing New York psych-rock band A Place to Bury Strangers (APTBS) at Hermann’s Bar, Sydney on Saturday night.  The band was absolutely amazing!  There was plenty of smoke and lights–maybe too much because a fire alarm went off during the evening.  Nevertheless, the band put on a fantastic show!

Members: Oliver Ackermann – Guitars. Vox. Robi Gonzalez – Drums. Dion Lunadon – Bass; Genre: Rock / Psychedelic / Experimental; Home Town: Brooklyn, New York

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Courtney Dabb

Sydney Correspondent

My entry into the photography world is purely an extension of my love affair with music.

My entry into the photography world is purely an extension of my love affair with music. The first event I ever attended was the Big Day Out festival in 1992 as a 13 year old, catching the likes of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Sonic Youth, Iggy Pop and local legends Tumbleweed. I caught the bug and just loved the indie scene. Some 20 years and countless gigs later I wanted to go from behind the barrier to behind the camera.

Photographic residencies Include:The Manning Bar, Max Watts house Of Music and the Roller Den. Each venue sees a huge variety of local and international artists come through the doors making each shoot a unique challenge.
About Courtney Dabb (22 Articles)
<p>Sydney Correspondent</p> <p>My entry into the photography world is purely an extension of my love affair with music. </p> <p>My entry into the photography world is purely an extension of my love affair with music. The first event I ever attended was the Big Day Out festival in 1992 as a 13 year old, catching the likes of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Sonic Youth, Iggy Pop and local legends Tumbleweed. I caught the bug and just loved the indie scene. Some 20 years and countless gigs later I wanted to go from behind the barrier to behind the camera.</p> <p>Photographic residencies Include: The Manning Bar, Max Watts house Of Music and the Roller Den. Each venue sees a huge variety of local and international artists come through the doors making each shoot a unique challenge.</p>
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