Happy Sundays with Lord Warddd! FREE This Sunday!

February 27th, 2010

lord warddd

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH

// HAPPY SUNDAYS //

With

LORD WARDDD (OF LO-FIDELITY ALLSTARS)

Doors 12:00pm :: Show 3:00pm :: 21+

FREE

Come out for the first installment of Happy Sundays, a free afternoon soiree featuring resident selektor Lord Warddd of the Lo-Fidelity Allstars, who will be dropping an eclectic mix of soul, punk and other aural delicacies throughout the afternoon. So swing by for some killer tunes and a $4 Shandy.

Brother Joscephus and the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra!

February 27th, 2010

brojos

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH

// BROTHER JOSCEPHUS & THE LOVE REVIVAL REVOLUTION ORCHESTRA //

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF

Playing Two Sets! Featuring DJ Concerned Directly Following the Show

Doors 12:00pm :: Show 8:00pm :: 21+
$5.00
Brother Joscephus and the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra is a 12-piece explosion of righteousness that blends New Orleans party music, Soul in the style of Ray Charles and Al Green, a good helping of jam-bandy Roots Rock and a righteous splash of good, upbeat Gospel without the religious overtones (they like to call it secular gospel).

YES GIANTESS!! Friday at Brooklyn Bowl!

February 26th, 2010

yes giantess

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH

// YES GIANTESS //

RED WIRE BLACK WIRE

SAMUEL

Doors 6:00pm :: Show 8:00pm :: 21+

$5.00

BUY TICKETS

Featuring DJ Concerned Directly Following the Show

Birthed at the nexus of 2008 and 2009, Yes Giantess was never meant to last more than a few weeks. Members of the band previously played in former incarnations of Passion Pit, the Death Set and so many more. What was to one off party music for them to play with friends suddenly found an online audience

Based out of Boston the four Berkley students were suddenly being asked to play shows across the Atlantic. Their tracks have lit up blog-savvy dancefloors, with high profile pop producers offering the unsigned band their services. The band have just finished recording tracks with the likes of Richard X (Kelis), Hannah Robinson (Ladyhawke) and former Sneaker Pimp Liam Howe.

“We want to bring music back to that point when it was totally bad ass to be a pop star,” says singer Jan. Their songs are equally pre-ordained for electro clubs. – RCRD LBL

Experience Next feat. Jupiter One & The Bloodsugars

February 24th, 2010

experience next

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH

// EXPERIENCE NEXT //

JUPITER ONE

THE BLOODSUGARS

Donations Requested at the Door

Doors 6:00pm :: Show 8:00pm :: 21+

Benefitting the Williamsburg Neighborhood Nursery School

The Williamsburg Neighborhood Nursery School welcomes children of all racial religious and ethnic backgrounds. It was founded on the belief that a good early childhood program should provide children and their families with a bridge between the worlds of home and school. The nursery school environment must be both structured and nurturing; it must combine the safety and comfort of home with the social and intellectual stimulation of school.Young children are explorers. They use all of their senses to investigate their world and the people within it. Classroom materials and programs are designed to encourage and enrich this exploration. Teachers act as guides, extending the children’s thinking, setting reasonable limits for their behavior, and helping them grow as independent learners. The Williamsburg Neighborhood Nursery School is chartered by the New York State Department of Education and the New York State Office of Children and Family Services. It is licensed by the New York City Department of Health. The Williamsburg Neighborhood Nursery School is a non-profit educational corporation.

AFHNY Presents Rebuild Haiti!

February 23rd, 2010

Rebuild Haiti

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD

// REBUILD HAITI //

SKIDMORE FOUNTAIN

NAKED HEREOS

IN CADEO

Ticket Price is a Suggested Donation, featuring DJ Scratchator Following the Show

Doors 6:00pm :: Show 9:00pm :: 21+

$10.00

BUY TICKETS

Come support the ongoing relief efforts in Haiti with a great night of music! All proceeds are going to Architecture for Humanity’s long-term rebuilding efforts.

Funk Bowl! The Golden Filter! This Saturday at Brooklyn Bowl!

February 20th, 2010

funk bowl

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH

// FUNK BOWL //

THE FUNKTIONAL ALLSTARS

Doors 6:00pm :: Show 8:00 :: 21+

$5.00

BUY TICKETS

***

the golden filter

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH

// THE GOLDEN FILTER //

NANCY WHANG (OF LCD SOUNDSYSTEM) DJ SET

Doors 11:00pm :: Show 11:00pm :: 21+

BUY TICKETS

The Pimps Of Joytime!! Friday at Brooklyn Bowl

February 19th, 2010

29-atlg

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH

// THE PIMPS OF JOYTIME //

Doors 6:00pm :: Show 9:00pm :: 21+

$5.00

BUY TICKETS

Hank & Cupcakes! FREE Thursday!

February 18th, 2010

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH

// HANK & CUPCAKES :: GLINT //

Doors 6:00pm :: Show 8:00pm :: 21+

FREE

Hank and Cupcakes Video Release Party

ArpLine! Free Wednesday!

February 17th, 2010

arpline

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17th

// ARPLINE //

CLASS ACTRESS

LIGHT ASYLUM

Doors 6:00pm :: Show 9:00pm :: 21+

FREE

Come celebrate the release of ArpLine’s debut album, dancing shoes required.

L Magazine & Southern Comfort Present Fat Tuesday with Wavves! Free!

February 16th, 2010

the wavves

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH

// WAVVES //

MNDR

TOTAL SLACKER

Doors 6:00pm :: Show 8:00pm :: 21+

FREE

Celebrate Fat Tuesday tonight Brooklyn-style. A Mardi Gras affair, presented by L Magazine and Southern Comfort, features a parade with a marching band and burlesque dancers beginning at 7 p.m. at McCarren Park and Driggs. Costumed revelers and bicyclists are invited to join. The parade will then proceed down Driggs, up Bedford and over to Wythe Avenue, arriving at Brooklyn Bowl around 8 p.m., where prizes await the best bicycle float. The event will be topped off with a performance by the 22-year-old noise-pop artist Nathan Williams — who performs under the alias Wavves (the second “v” is silent). He’ll be performing off his second self-titled album, “dissonant but sparkly, a collection of shimmering synthesizers, distorted vocals and twittering drums,” writes Amanda Petrusich, along with MNDR. -NYTimes.com