A Place to Bury Strangers at the Pitchfork Party, SXSW

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A Place to Bury Strangers -- who slaughtered at the Bluebird on Monday night with an unholy mix of Jesus and Mary Chain-style fuzz, Cure-grey riff storms and Bauhaus-dark scrapings that was truly goth-artic -- was just as impressive at the Pitchfork party yesterday. Playing to a packed crowd at Emo's, the NYC trio matched the hot, sweaty atmosphere with sweltering noise of its own. Video by Shae Moseley.

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