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
- Critics' pick
As Javelin, cousins Tom Van Buskirk and George Langford perform what seem like lost dance anthems from an unkempt disco—a little poppy, a little arty and irredeemably goofy—melding samples with original material, while flirting with an iPod’s worth of...
Rock, Pop & Hip-hop
Ex-Cramp and Bad Seed Kid Congo Powers's latest act is a sort of cabaret-like routine that lets him vamp to his punkish heart's content.
The quirky Chicago alt rockers are in town for a couple live gigs, but here they'll man the decks for what will likely be a fun set of indie tunes.
The all-Robyn dance party returns to Glasslands. The soiree is a nightlong pop spectacular, complete with visuals by Paris, "promising a night of all-pop everything till you puke, get naked or ideally both."