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
DJ Sany Pitbull, a mainstay of the raw, Miami bass–derived Brazilian dance music known as baile funk, makes his U.S. debut at Glasslands as part of Brasil Summerfest. Don't be shy folks; this is sure to be a raucous, booty-shaking party.
- Critics' pick
San Francisco psych-pop foursome the Fresh and Onlys visit NYC after releasing their excellent shoegazy sixth LP, House of Spirits, on Mexican Summer in June.
Well, this is weird.But what the heck, we're game. ADVENTURE[s] presents the fourth edition of its Myspace-themed hoedown, with DJs Russ and Choyce Hacks providing the tunes (expect plenty o' pop punk and emo). And get this: If you email them the name...