Music Hall of Williamsburg

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  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

Music Hall of Williamsburg

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  • Address:

    Music Hall of Williamsburg 66 North 6th St
    Williamsburg
    Brooklyn

  • Cross Street:

    between Kent and Wythe Aves

  • Venue phone:

    718-486-5400

  • Venue website:

    musichallofwilliamsburg.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: L to Bedford Ave

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Allah-Las + Tashaki Miyaki + Savants

Indie rock, Folk

Rocking L.A. quartet Allah-Las combines the West Coast psychedelic sound of the Doors with garage and R&B. Three members used to work at Hollywood’s Amoeba Music store when they formed in ’08, so you know their musical knowledge is comprehensive, to say...

James Blake + Airhead

Pop, Indie rock, Hip-hop, Rock & roll, Nightlife

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With a second album under his belt—last year’s Overgrown is the follow-up his stunning 2011 debut—and Kanye-collaboration rumors surrounding his next release, 26-year-old James Blake makes a one-night stop in Brooklyn. Expect a set of the Brit’s trademark...

James Blake + Airhead

Blonde Redhead

Alternative rock

  • $$
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NYC’s hyperchic Blonde Redhead, comprised of the identical Pace twins and singer Kazu Makino, returns to its adopted hometown for a series of shows in support of its latest album, Barragán, a subdued evolution of its trademark off-kilter pop. People Get...

Blonde Redhead
  1. Tue Nov 25 – Tue Dec 2
  2. Music Hall of Williamsburg
  3. $30, advance $25
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The Hold Steady + The So So Glos

Indie rock, Rock & roll

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Expert rock & roll mythologists the Hold Steady bring their tales of nostalgia, listlessness and inebriation to the 'Burg on New Year's Eve. The bar band extraordinaire is riding high from its latest, Teeth Dreams, so expect it to ring in 2015 with a...

The Hold Steady + The So So Glos

The Kin + Sophie and the Bom Boms

Indie rock, Alternative rock

  • $$

Folksy alt-rocking trio the Kin—made up of Aussie brothers Thorald and Isaac Koren, and drummer Shakerleg (real name: Mark Nicosia)—hits MHOW after last year's solid EP, Get on It. If we're lucky the band will play tracks from their full-length debut,...

The Kin + Sophie and the Bom Boms

Nick Lowe + Ian McLagan

Classic rock, Alternative rock

  • $$$$
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Though a cult figure by most standards, Nick Lowe retains something resembling rock-star status in the New York area, thanks to the substantial commercial airplay he received here back in the day. (His landmark 1978 album, Jesus of Cool, was reissued...

Nick Lowe + Ian McLagan
  1. Sun Dec 14 – Sat Dec 20
  2. Music Hall of Williamsburg
  3. $35
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The Moth GrandSLAM XXXIV

Things to Do, Books

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Literary organization the Moth pits 10 winners of its weekly StorySLAM series against one another to duke it out for the title of GrandSLAM Story Champion. Like the Highlander, there can only be one!

The Moth GrandSLAM XXXIV

They Might Be Giants

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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The quirk-rock masters come off last year's expectedly weird-but-charming Nanobots to play a special series of NYC dates: one MHOW gig per month for five months, starting with a sold-out show in January. Each of the following concerts is devoted to one...

They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

The quirk-rock masters come off last year's expectedly weird-but-charming Nanobots to play a special series of NYC dates: one MHOW gig per month for five months, starting with a sold-out show in January. Each of the following concerts is devoted to one...

They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

The quirk-rock masters come off last year's expectedly weird-but-charming Nanobots to play a special series of NYC dates: one MHOW gig per month for five months, starting with a sold-out show in January. Each of the following concerts is devoted to one...

They Might Be Giants
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