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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Bernhoft

Soul, R&B & Funk

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Smooth, bequiffed Norwegian neosoulster Bernhoft is something of a one-man band, looping and layering his vocals and instrumentation. His live performances can be jaw-dropping—check out the video for "C'mon Talk," which has racked up millions of YouTube...

Bernhoft

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 to 2011's stunning 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

Electric Youth + Midnight Faces

Rock, Pop & Hip-hop

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Canadian synth-poppers Electric Youth first blipped our radar with "A Real Hero," off the soundtrack for the Ryan Gosling vehicle Drive. Last year the duo signed with Last Gang Records, which recently released the group's debut album, Innerworld. Supporting...

  1. Wed Nov 12
  2. Music Hall of Williamsburg
  3. $14, advance $12
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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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Preservation Hall Jazz Band + Allen Toussaint

Dixieland & Swing

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The Preservation Hall Jazz Band is a bona fide New Orleans treasure. This collective of trad-jazz masters is going on five decades as a group and shows no signs of slowing down. Catch ’em in action as they gig with legendary NOLA pianist and composer...

Preservation Hall Jazz Band + Allen Toussaint

SoundCloud Stage with Booka Shade + Galantis + Taimur & Fahad

Nightlife

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BEMF. Arno Kammermeier and Walter Merziger, the gents known jointly as Booka Shade, are revered for their ability to combine minimalist tendencies with an air of grandeur. The duo hits town to regale NYC with a revved-up set of energetic tech-house.

SoundCloud Stage with Booka Shade + Galantis + Taimur & Fahad

Stars + Hey Rosetta!

Indie rock

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Dreamy Canadian alt-poppers Stars show off songs from their latest LP, No One Is Lost. Get there early for fellow Canadian sextet Hey Rosetta!, whose anthemic, layered pop songs recall Broken Social Scene and Arcade Fire.

Tune-Yards + Cibo Matto + BEEP

Indie rock

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Merrill Garbus airs offbeat party-starters from her recent third LP, Nikki Nack, during a four-night run at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. We anticipate utter dance-floor meltdown once the irrepressible art-pop diva kicks into her effervescent, hair-raising...

Tune-Yards + Cibo Matto + BEEP
  1. Thu Dec 4 – Sun Dec 7
  2. Music Hall of Williamsburg
  3. $35
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TV on the Radio

Indie rock

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Local heroes TV on the Radio, for years indie rock's brainiest It band, celebrate their new fifth LP, Seeds—their first since the 2011 death of former bassist Gerard Smith—with a trio of big gigs. They'll move from the perennially cool Apollo to their...

TV on the Radio
  1. Tue Nov 18 – Sat Nov 22
  2. Music Hall of Williamsburg
  3. Nov 18 $40, $45; Nov 21, 22 sold out
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