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  • Dead Herring

    141 S. 5th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Death by Audio

    Death by Audio

    49 S. 2nd St. Brooklyn, NY 11211 Ceiling panels, a backroom bar arcade, murals on the wall, graffiti, and cigarette smoke have long been hallmarks of one of Williamsburg’s best-known DIY spots, Death By Audio. But the management has recently taken steps to try and curb some of the more excessive behavior that’s been known to happen here. (Two recent postings: This is NOTa BYOB space; smoking is BY LAW NOT allowed inside.) But as much as the organizers of Death By Audio try and stop the over-the-top behavior, they continue to offer music programming that's off-the-wall. Death By Audio is a favorite spot for lo-fi rockers, experimental acts, brazen punk practitioners, and, well, just about anything loud and energetic. The benefits of these kind of shows? You never feel out of place, either when thrashing wildly, pumping fists along to every song, or simply idling in the back, watching the scene unfold.   --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • DeBaun Auditorium, Stevens Institute of Technology

    500 Hudson St. Hoboken, NJ 07030

  • The Delancey

    The Delancey

    168 Delancey St. New York, NY 10002
    212-254-9920 The Delancey is structured in descending madness, not unlike Dante's Inferno. The roof bar is an idyllic green deck of palm trees and picnic tables, a perfect purgatory for happy hour and amiable heathenry. The main level is a dark dance floor where scantily clad DJs spin pop and house for the preppy, well-to-do sinners. And the basement is a steamy, cavernous hole with gleefully abhorrent punk bands and discounted lukewarm beer. So, it should go without saying, you want to head straight for the underground--as Bart Simpson once said, "All the best bands are affiliated with Satan." More >>

  • Denim Lounge

    1223 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216-1801

  • The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

    450 West 37th St. New York, NY 10018

  • The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

    450 West 37th St. New York, NY 10018

  • The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

    450 West 37th St. New York, NY 10018

  • The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

    450 West 37th St. New York, NY 10018

  • The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

    450 West 37th St. New York, NY 10018

  • Dizzy

    Dizzy's Club Coca Cola

    33 W. 60th St. New York, NY 10023

  • Dizzy

    Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

    60th St. & Broadway New York, NY 10023
    212-258-9595 Ahhh, corporate sponsorship at its finest. We love Coca-Cola's dedication to the arts, but to insert your name after bebop great Dizzy Gillespie's clearly trumps all good intention. Wasn't a simple "funded by Coca-Cola" plaque at the front sufficient? What's worse, the club actually charges $3 for the soda, and every visiting musician, from Wycliffe Gordon to Joe Lovano, seems to have to spit out that clunky moniker at the end of every set. "And thank you to Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola." Somewhere up in heaven, John Birks Gillespie just hocked a loog into his Coke. (ZAPPIA) More >>

  • The DL

    95 Delancey St. New York, NY 10002

  • Don Pedro's

    90 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • The Douglass Loft

    300 Douglass St. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Douglass Street Music Collective

    295 Douglass St. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Downstairs at Cornelia Street Café

    Downstairs at Cornelia Street Café

    29 Cornelia New York, NY 10014

  • Drom


    85 Ave. A New York, NY 10009
    212-777-1157 Drom is haven for world music in a neighborhood packed with rock clubs. Traditional fasil music from Istanbul, lively gypsy bands, modern Middle Eastern dance music, DJs from around the world; you'll find it all here. The slick space features luxe leather seating for about 150 people and standing room for an additional 350 concertgoers. An ornate chandelier hangs from the high ceiling, hemmed in by exposed brick and blood-red walls. The menu has a Mediterranean bent. Order dishes like the mixed meze plates, lamb skewers served with couscous, Panini filled with spicy, garlicky Armenian sausage and hamburgers a la carte, or opt for the prix fixe menus available with the cost of admission for some shows. The venue has a full bar, with Turkish wines are available by the glass and bottle, and Turkish beer served along with more familiar brands like Corona and Miller Light.—Keith Wagstaff More >>


    57 Jay St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Duo Multicutural Arts Center

    62 E. 4th St. New York, NY 10003

  • Duplex

    61 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014-3505