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Q&A: Mat Devine of Kill Hannah Talks to Knockdown Alley

It has been twenty years since music was first released under the name Kill Hannah. Since then the band have had an unbelievable adventure and the rockers couldn’t imagine leaving without saying goodbye, that’s why they’ve announced one final show at The Bowl.

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Pink Talking Fish and Kung Fu Bring the Heat to Brooklyn Bowl This Weekend

Some band names are more revealing than others. But in the case of Pink Talking Fish (below, doing “You Enjoy Myself” > “On the Run” > “You Enjoy Myself”), it’s pretty straightforward: They more than capably cover Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and Phish, discovering connections in the music along the way, like fitting Pink Floyd’s […]

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5 Facts You Need To Know About Grandmaster Flash

Flash’s mixes give us life and a gentle reminder of who is boss when it comes to hip-hop, but there’s a lot more to Flash than it appears. These facts will not only have you YouTube-ing his mixes all night long but you’ll be queueing at The Bowl’s box office in a flash!

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Q&A: Robert Randolph Talks to Knockdown Alley

Robert Randolph and the Family Band make their triumphant return to Brooklyn Bowl for a two-night run, November 24-25. Robert recently sat down with us to answer a few questions about music, life, and love. Check out the exclusive interview here, and get ready for a soul-shakin’ good time with Robert Randolph and the Family […]

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Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams :: 2015.11.03 :: Brooklyn Bowl

A Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams concert on an otherwise nondescript Tuesday night? More like a master class in Americana from one of the genre’s vanguard couples. And that’s “genre” with air quotes — a helpful organizer to describe the dominant roots, folk and country strains in Campbell and Williams’ music but hardly a set […]

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The Dandy Warhols Return to Las Vegas to Play Brooklyn Bowl on Friday

Beginning with the release of their debut album, Dandys Rule OK, more than 20 years ago, the Dandy Warhols (below, performing “Godless” for KEXP FM) have ironically blended genres to create a completely unique style of psych pop. And while the band’s sound has evolved electronically through the decades, infectious melodies and witty lyrics have remained […]

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Spend the Weekend with the Motet at Brooklyn Bowl

Drummer and bandleader Dave Watts founded the funk, jazz, and Afrobeat collective the Motet seventeen years ago in Boulder, Colo. Initially the band was Watts and a rotating lineup, but it’s currently rounded out by Jans Ingber (vocals and percussion), Ryan Jalbert (guitar), Joey Porter (keys), Garrett Sayers (bass), Gabe Mervine (trumpet), and Matt Pitts […]

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