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Research Advice & A Place to bury Strangers Links links for 2008-12-09

Mexican Sunflowers, front garden, Falmouth, VA, USA

    Research Advice

  • A collection of advice about how to do research and how to communicate effectively (primarily for computer scientists).
  • A Place to Bury Strangers

  • Discovered a short time ago, “I Know I will see You” group “A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS”, shown below is the song that touched me most this year because of its references to New Order, The Cure or Jesus & Mary Chain. You can play it:
    (tags: aptbs)
  • I’d like to tour with a new band, that would be exciting, I mean today we just dropped by the MGMT show (Shepherds Bush Empire) and watched the opening band (me – a place to bury strangers), yeah! We went to go see A Place to Bury Strangers and they were really cool, we’re actually – they’re staying at our place, this week, so I’ll get the chance to talk to them and hang out with them I guess, but yeah they’re really cool and I really like their music so I guess realistically I’d like to tour with them.
    (tags: aptbs)
  • Oliver Ackermann’s sideline building hand-wired guitar pedals. Oliver himself is quite humble about the rise and rise of the band. “We’re incredibly grateful that all of this is going on. We went from putting out a compilation of our demos to playing arenas with Nine Inch Nails in less than a year. It’s been like a chainsaw caught in a whirlwind getting hit by a bus.”
    (tags: aptbs)
  • Well, they’re the real deal. Call them what you will, genrenize them how you will, but there’s no denying they’re one of the more intriguing noise acts emerging from the New York scene.
    (tags: aptbs review)

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