Photograph: Erez Avissar
Time Out says
Posted: Fri May 7 2010
Cameo Gallery is a performance space situated behind Williamsburg's Lovin' Cup Cafe, typically hosting bills of up-and-coming indie-rockers, booked by local-scene enthusiasts. Though the sound isn't exactly the greatest (the venue's sound engineer has been known to scamper onstage during performances to quickly squash problems), Cameo's a decent place to catch a show and observe that slice of life on the hipster fringe. In between sets, you can take advantage of the café's full bar and menu.
What's on at Cameo
- Critics' pick
Though Gabe Liedman and Jenny Slate have moved to L.A., remaining Big Terrific host Max Silvestri carries on the warm tradition of this Brooklyn mainstay. Each week, he welcomes great locals and big names from out of town.
CMJ. Performing as Porcelain Raft, bedroom popsmith Mauro Remiddi makes dreamy songs that can sound like ’80s hits given an arty makeover. Here, he cobills with murky beat collagists Excepter and others. For free entry, R.S.V.P. to donyc.com/car2goca...