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Nine Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Jim Morrison

Jim Morrison was an enigma and to this day is considered one of the most influential figures in rock and roll history. Morrison’s music — like him — was revolutionary and influenced some of the greatest musicians, artists, and poets of the 20th and 21st centuries. A rebel and a nonconformist who took the world by […]

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Q&A: Jeremy Loops Talks About Bob Dylan, Performing vs. Recording, and Bowling

South African singer-songwriter Jeremy Loops is known for using an assortment of instruments — guitar, ukulele, harmonica — and loop pedals to make his own unique brand of pop-inflected modern folk. His American tour brings him to Brooklyn Bowl on Friday night, and ahead of his arrival, Jeremy Loops reached out to Knockdown Alley to […]

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Tomorrows Bad Seeds :: 2016.06.11 :: Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

Saturday night was alright for reggae at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas as Hermosa Beach, Calif., five-piece Tomorrows Bad Seeds filled the crowded venue with their winning mix of reggae, rock, and punk — not to mention a healthy dose of some smile-inducing good-times vibes. Photos courtesy of Edison Graff KabikPhotoGroup.com

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Eight Ways Cymande Are Responsible for Spreading the Spirit of Funk

Since forming in the early ’70s, Cymande have been forming their unique brand of funk while solidifying the genre’s relevance throughout the world. Here are some of the ways they introduced the whole world to funk’s rhythmic groove. 1. Their First Album Spread the Message In 1972, Cymande released their self-titled album, which included some of […]

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Diarrhea Planet :: 2016.06.09 :: Brooklyn Bowl

Things got wild on Thursday at Brooklyn Bowl as the Nashville six-piece garage-rock outfit Diarrhea Planet celebrated the release of their new album, Turn to Gold, one night early. Photos courtesy of Julia Berke juliashootsfilm.tumblr.com

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Nine Times Testament Proved They’re The Most Metal Band Around

Hailing from Berkeley, Calif., Testament are not only a pivotal staple in the Bay Area thrash scene but are also a world player in heavy metal in general. With 10 studio albums under their belt — and each unique in its own way — one can only imagine what their new album in September will […]

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Win a Pair of Tickets to Antibalas on June 15, 2016

It’s simple… Submit your name, e-mail, and zip code below for your chance to win 2 tickets to Antibalas at Brooklyn Bowl on Wednesday, June 15! Loading… The winner will be selected in a random drawing from all eligible participants conducted on Brooklyn Bowl’s behalf through the servers at Random.org. No purchase necessary. All entrants […]

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Ten Preservation Hall Jazz Band Performances to Get You Ready for the Show

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas welcomes the world-renowned Preservation Hall Jazz Band on Thursday night. 1. “Tailgate Ramble” at Preservation Hall 2. “That’s It!” 3. “Come with Me” 4. “Go to Mardi Gras” 5. “El Manicero” with Ernan Lopez Nussa 6. “I’ll Fly Away” with the Del McCoury Band 7. “Hindustan” 8. “I Think I Love […]

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Caravan Palace :: 2016.06.05 :: Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

French electro-swing outfit Caravan Palace are currently working their way across North America in support of their third studio album, last year’s Robot Face. And their West Coast swing brought the seven-piece to Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas last night. Photos courtesy of Glenn Brogan KabikPhotoGroup.com

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