This is the most exciting venue to emerge in south brooklyn in a long time. The staff is fun, polite and professional. I will be going back as often as i can.
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Mar 21 2012
SRB is an abbreviation for soul, rhythm and blues—and while these musical granddaddies pop up from time to time, you're more likely to hear from the extended family (including stepkids, bastard love children, estranged cousins and brothers from another mother). What we're saying is that SRB has an eclectic music policy, ranging from live offerings (indie-rock bands, jazz performances) to DJs (jacking house, bass music, hip-hop with bottle service), housed in a 5,000-square-foot former textile factory.
What's on at SRB Brooklyn
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Keistar Productions is behind this throwdown saluting two of the most funk-fueled artists ever: Soul Brother No. 1 James Brown and Afrofunk godfather Fela Kuti. At the helm are respected vets Spinna and Rich Medina, who know a thing or two about the funk...