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A Place to Bury Strangers is a noise-rock group from Brooklyn, New York. Formed in 2003, they’ve made appearances with notable bands such as Brian Jonestown Massacre, Holy Fuck, MGMT, and Nine Inch Nails. Shortened as APTBS, the trio have been labeled as the “loudest band in New York,” and no doubt that their live performances are even louder. After gaining much acclaim from music publications for their 2007 self-titled debut, the band went on to play with The Jesus and Mary Chain, a big deal that they proudly cite as an influence. Being the “loudest” doesn’t necessarilly mean being messiest. APTBS are loud and rowdy, but their shows are nothing but rehearsed magic: rambunctious noises that melt together to a perfect mold of sounds.

Likewise on the line-up, Fort Worth’s Burning Hotels is another band with past influences. Having released Novels in 2010, the 2011 self-titled release steered away from the post-punk and acknowledged other influences such as New Order and Ultravox. Critics note that “Burning Hotels is a triumph for the Fort Worth Quartet,” having obvious draws to particular ‘80s bands, yet the four know how to incorporate their own elements to make these sounds their own. Who doesn’t love the ‘80s?

Billboard and Chevy are continuing their Dreamseekers Tour with both of these great bands, alongside Billboard’s Battle of the Bands winner Gentleman Hall. You can catch these three great bands next week on September 21st. And the great thing about it? ALL FREE. Did you read that right? Yeah ya did.

The only catch: You MUST have your Showclix ticket. Get your tickets here, and head on out here for a great night.

Another bonus greatness: Dallas’ own DJ Sober will be putting spins during sets that night. Get ready for an ultimate dance party of your life, ever. To get you ready for this, Burning Hotels just came out with a new video. Check it out, get your tickets, come party.

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