Time Out says
Posted: Thu Mar 29 2012
Though Williamsburg's Glasslands Gallery is situated in what was once a rather industrial area of Brooklyn, the perpetual gentrification of that particular neighborhood has established Glasslands as an important venue for the heat-seeking hipster set. Capacity's low (about 275) and the sound sucks, but if you're searching out the buzziest bands on Brooklyn's uniquely prolific scene, odds are you'll make a stop there quite soon.
What's on at Glasslands
Rock, Pop & Hip-hop
Twee Brooklyn indie-pop outfit Bishop Allen celebrates the release of Lights Out, its first album in five years.
Gay & lesbian, Nightlife
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Wow! Those CHERYL kids don't look a day over 90. Come out to celebrate a (faux) century of nightlife antics with Brooklyn's artiest party jesters. Be sure to dress creatively (suggestions: "1920s-era bathing suits, vintage clown, prison stripes, cat masks...
- Critics' pick
The Clean first appeared on record with 1981’s “Tally Ho,” a near-perfect rallying cry anchored by an organ drone straight out of the Modern Lovers’ playbook. The humble single launched an eminent record label (Flying Nun) and led to a stream of like-minded...
In this cleverly named show, hosted by Boris Khaykin, improv and stand-up are pitted aganist eachother to fight to be the funniest. No matter what, you'll leave being the true winner.
Tonight's throwdown features a set from party-starting, remix-happy Them Jeans, the driving force behind L.A.'s Dim Mak Tuesdays affair. (Side note: The dude is six foot eight!)