Photo Credit: Shayne Hanley
$10 doesn't get you much these days in NYC. You can't catch a movie, watch a baseball game or play a game of pool. But if you were lucky enough to be at DBA last night, you would have caught a kick-ass bill featuring four great bands -- A Place to Bury Strangers (APTBS), Bleeding Rainbow, Potty Mouth and Shark?. All for $10.
DBA's muraled walls were coated with sweat as a heavily female audience crowd surfed and moshed throughout the night. Brooklyn natives Shark? kicked things off with a righteous thirty minute power pop-rock set featuring a stand-in drummer. Much buzzed about all-girl punk rockers Potty Mouth followed with a set that sounded like it could have been part of the Empire Records soundtrack circa 1995. Philly-based alt rockers Bleeding Rainbow, who were vocally co-signed by Dave Grohl, continued the 90s sound with an intense set. Headliners A Place to Bury Strangers fogged up the room and turned on the laser lights for a raucous ending in which beer was spilled, elbows were thrown and pores were cleansed.Continue Reading