Glasslands

Music & Nightlife

Williamsburg

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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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Clark + Octo Octa + Ital

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Clark's tastes are all over the map, but his underlying creativity and rigor keep his work focused. He joins DJs Octo Octa and Ital for a night of boundary-blurring electronica.

  1. Fri May 2
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $12–$15
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Computer Magic + Cheerleader + Corbu

Indie rock

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Local DJ-producer and blogger Computer Magic offers whimsical bedroom electropop at Glasslands in celebration of a new EP. Also onboard is plucky Philadelphia surf popsters Cheerleader.

  1. Sat May 3
  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

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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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Darkstar + Patten + Visuals

Electronica, Indie rock

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British trio Darkstar got its start in London's budding dubstep scene, but has since moved into more psychedelic pop terrain, as heard on last year's News from Nowhere.

  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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Hooray for Earth + Secret Guest + The Great Void

Indie rock

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New York–via-Boston band Hooray for Earth comes across like a sweetly shambling Animal Collective. You can likely expect to hear from its upcoming album, Racy.

Hooray for Earth + Secret Guest + The Great Void
  1. Mon May 5
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $10–$12
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Lapalux

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

  1. Until Thu Apr 24
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $12
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A Minor Forest + The Austerity Program + Lushes

Indie rock

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Sure, A Minor Forest picked up on the spooky atmosphere and deliberate pacing of Louisville's beloved Slint (see May 4), but this San Francisco crew ventured into grittier, more turbulent territory. The band's ’90s efforts—Flemish Altruism and Inindependence,...

  1. Wed May 7
  2. Glasslands 289 Kent Ave, (between South 1st and 2nd Sts), Brooklyn, 11249
  3. $12–$14
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Mister Saturday Night

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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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