Glasslands

Music & Nightlife

Williamsburg

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Photo by Tracy Morford

Photo by Tracy Morford

 
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  • Address:

    Glasslands 289 Kent Ave
    Williamsburg
    Brooklyn
    11249

  • Cross Street:

    between South 1st and 2nd Sts

  • Venue website:

    theglasslands.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: L to Bedford Ave

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Martin Bisi + Black Valleys + Larkin Grimm + Parlor Walls

Categories, Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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Renowned producer and engineer Martin Bisi (Sonic Youth, Swans, Herbie Hancock) brings his eccentric singer-songwriter material to Glasslands to ring in a new disc, Ex Nihilo—a swirling cavalcade of operatic wails and postpunkish undertones.

  1. Until Tue Apr 15
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $10
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Dad Jams

Nightlife

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This group is everything you guessed (and secretly hoped) it would be: committed "dad-rockers" armed with the likes of Steely Dan, Sting, George Harrison, Stevie Wonder and Rod Stewart. Their only rule is: no Eagles.

  1. Fri Apr 25
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $5
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Darkstar

Nightlife

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Darkstar, the electronic trio comprising James Young, Aiden Whalley and James Buttery, specializes in warped, psychedelic tracks inspired by English prog rock, obscure techno and hip-hop. The group headlines this heady evening, with additional sets by...

  1. Wed Apr 30
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $12
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Discovery: Scott Grooves

Nightlife

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Discovery's Faso and Free Magic are back with another edition of their long-running bash, featuring a soundtrack of house, techno, various bass-music beats and more. This edition looks like another hot one (aren't they all?): It boasts a guest set of...

Discovery: Scott Grooves
  1. Sat May 10
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $TBA
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Horse Feathers + Laura & Greg

Indie rock

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Portland, OR, indie-folk outfit Horse Feathers celebrates its tenth birthday with an acoustic tour. If you've got a favorite track you're itching to hear, head on over to the band's Facebook page; it's accepting set-list requests.

  1. Fri Apr 18
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $15
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Lapalux

Nightlife

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The Brainfeeder label's only British artist headlines Glasslands for an evening of dreamy, atmospheric constructions.

  1. Thu Apr 24
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $12
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Mister Saturday Night

Nightlife

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DJs Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin host an intimate episode of their Saturday-night affair. As always, they emphasize respect for the music, space and crowd; everyone's on the same page and it's tangible.

  1. Sat Apr 26
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $TBA, advance $20
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Modern Rivals + Pretty & Nice + Cultfever + Dentist

Indie rock

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Modern Rivals, trading in swelling, sparkly indie pop, celebrate the release of their debut album, Cemetery Dares. Boston's rifftacular Pretty & Nice, dreamy electropop duo Cultfever and Jersey surf rockers Dentist lend a hand for the night.

  1. Tue Apr 22
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $10
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Arum Rae + Marian Hill + The Private Eyes + Hey Anna

Soul, R&B & Funk, Alternative rock, Electronica

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Arum Rae, guitarist and bandleader of Austin noir-rock outfit White Dress, takes the stage at Glasslands on the eve of her Warranted Queen EP release. Soulful Philly electronic duo Marian Hill sets the scene.

  1. Mon Apr 21
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $10
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Slonk Donkerson + The Teen Age + Heeney + Bluffing

Indie rock

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Slonk Donkerson's name screams apathy, but its hook-filled, fuzz-bathed indie-rock tunes—a good bet for Cloud Nothings fans—send a different message. There's real promise in the band's latest EP, Watching Every Channel at Once.

  1. Wed Apr 23
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $10
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