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A music fest is taking over a historic brewery in Brooklyn this weekend

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Ro Samarth

In search of some live music to spice up your weekend? Head to Out in the Streets, a two-day mini-festival featuring more than a dozen local indie outfits on July 15 and 16. You'll find a mix of artists lining the bill, ranging from garage-y indie rock bands to Latin post-chillwave beat makers. Highlights include famed "New York's loudest" noise-rock band A Place to Bury Strangers, sparkly, celestial synth-pop duo Psychic Twin and propulsive, rollicking underground rockers Tall Juan.

The fest began as a small-scale DIY event eight years ago, but it's grown since then. This year's iteration moves from its previous location at the historic Dutch-Colonial Van-Onderdonk house to massive Bushwick venue The Well, the former location of Hittleman Brewery that dates back to 1867.

Check out the set times, listen to a Spotify mixtape of acts below, and grab tickets here

Saturday, July 15
2:15pm Surf Rock is Dead
3pm: Balun
3:45pm: Monograms
4:30pm: Cuddle Magic
5:15pm: Suburban Living
6pm: Crush Club
7pm Psychic Twin
8pm: Buscabulla
9pm: Caveman

Sunday, July 16
2:15pm: Journalism
3pm: Pink Mexicao
3:45pm: Grim Streaker
4:30pm: Acid Dad
5:15pm: Monogold
6pm: Ella Minus
7pm: What Cheer Brigade?!
8pm: Tall Juan
9pm: A Place to Bury Strangers

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