Glasslands

Music & Nightlife

Williamsburg

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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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AVAN LAVA + Clementine & the Galaxy + The Adversary

Indie rock, Nightlife

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Brooklyn indie-pop outfit AVAN LAVA's high-energy gigs include choreographed dance routines and trippy light shows. Plan to work up a sweat.

AVAN LAVA + Clementine & the Galaxy + The Adversary
  1. Wed Nov 26
  2. Glasslands
  3. $12
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Chrome Canyon

Indie rock, Punk & hardcore

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Chrome Canyon is Morgan Z, a synth fanatic who is one of the most recent signings of California indie stalwart Stones Throw Records. Z’s incarnation as Chrome Canyon is rather new (his debut album, Elemental Themes, was released in October), but the roots...

Chrome Canyon
  1. Wed Dec 3
  2. Glasslands
  3. $12
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Chrome Canyon + Alex Pasternak + Evan Michael + DJ Lady Guy

Nightlife

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Chrome Canyon, the solo project of Apes & Androids' Morgan Z, brings his analog synth-powered mini epics to Glasslands. Support comes by way of Alex Pasternak (from True Panther Sounds' synth-pop unit Lemonade), Brooklyn Bass man Evan Michael and Brooklyn's...

Chrome Canyon + Alex Pasternak + Evan Michael + DJ Lady Guy
  1. Wed Dec 3
  2. Glasslands
  3. $12
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Kim Ann Foxman + Fred Everything + Alan Blancato

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Kim Ann Foxman, the erstwhile vocalist for Hercules and Love Affair, nowadays plies her trade as a top-notch house DJ and producer, combining classic flavor with modern sensibilities. House-music hero Fred Everything and local mainstay Alan Blancato round...

Kim Ann Foxman + Fred Everything + Alan Blancato
  1. Until Fri Nov 21
  2. Glasslands
  3. $12–$15
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The Pains of Being Pure at Heart + Hooray for Earth + Gabi + Ablebody

Indie rock, Rock & roll

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Peppy Brooklyn jangle-popsters the Pains of Being Pure at Heart take the stage behind their third LP, Days of Abandon. Also on the docket is New York–via-Boston band Hooray for Earth, which comes across like a sweetly shambling Animal Collective.

  1. Mon Nov 24
  2. Glasslands
  3. $20
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Peelander-Z + Life Size Maps + Hard Nips

Metal, Punk & hardcore

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Spastic three-chord punk played by bouncing-off-the-wall Japanese dudes in costumes that suggest acid-fried Power Rangers? Yep, it's Peelander-Z (and another night in Williamsburg).

  1. Sat Dec 6
  2. Glasslands
  3. $12
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The Range + Octo Octa (DJ set) + Aurora Halal (DJ set)

Nightlife

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James Hinton is the Providence producer known as the Range, who's spent the past few years performing hybridized, intricate and melodic beatsmithery for the Astro Nautico and Donky Pitch imprints. This shindig sees him playing alongside Octo Octa from...

The Range + Octo Octa (DJ set) + Aurora Halal (DJ set)
  1. Sat Nov 22
  2. Glasslands
  3. $12–$15
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This Party Is Killing You: A Night of All-Robyn Everything

Nightlife

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The all-Robyn dance party returns to Glasslands for its final (gasp!) installment. The soiree is a night-long pop spectacular, complete with visuals by Paris, "promising a night of all-pop everything till you puke, get naked or ideally both."

  1. Fri Nov 28
  2. Glasslands
  3. $5
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Waxahatchee + Steve Gunn + The Goodbye Party

Indie rock

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Waxahatchee—the spare, vulnerable indie-pop project of singer-songsmith Katie Crutchfield—turned heads last year with Cerulean Salt. Here, Crutchfield joins a bill with guitarist Steve Gunn, who deals his signature blend of acoustic Americana, bluesy...

Waxahatchee + Steve Gunn + The Goodbye Party
  1. Wed Dec 10
  2. Glasslands
  3. $14–$16
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Yellow Ostrich + Norwegian Arms + Belle Mare

Indie rock

  • Free

Yellow Ostrich is equal parts Vampire Weekend's sharp-angled pop and Andrew Bird's whimsical multitasking. On Dec 8, the quartet says goodbye with a final show.

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