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  • Rubulad

    338 Flushing Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Every few weekends in the summer, and occasionally at other times of the year, the Williamsburg basement calling itself Rubulad puts on a show, and they don't do it in a small wayait usually involves local and out-of-town bands, weird arty decorations all over the place, DJs, slide shows, costumes, quasi-legal beverages, drone-chants, giant-sized puppet shows, circus performers, cookouts, and a few hundred local hipsters staying up past their bedtime. There's a festive vibe here that's been missing from Brooklyn rock venues since the early-'90s days of Bicycle and Room Temperature. Rubulad's not terribly official, but poke around on Bedford Street and you'll see signs alerting you when something's going on. More >>

  • Seeds::Brooklyn

    617 Vanderbilt Ave. New York, NY 11238

  • ShapeShifter Lab

    18 Whitwell Place New York, NY 11215

  • Shea Stadium BK

    20 Meadow St. Brooklyn, NY 11206
    718-760-3178 Up some warehouse stairs in what was once just an East Williamsburg industrial park perches Shea Stadium, another in the lineage of great New York City DIY spaces (this one named for the erstwhile Mets field). It’s the home of NYC punks the So So Glows, who founded the space--and also happen to live there. The Shea crew prides itself on inclusivity and there's often a homey vibe. From the old-fashioned fridge stuffed with Yuengling to the threadbare furniture thrown about, seeing a show at Shea sort of feels like watching pop punk or experimental rock bands in your great uncle’s den. But don’t mess with the family. Sure, the Shea crew is tolerant, but not at the cost of losing face. Shea Stadium has thrown some legendary events, namely an ad hoc Occupy Wall Street benefit where the So So Glos, Titus Andronicus and Ted Leo blew the roof off in the name of the 99 percent. But what's more is that the soundsmiths at Shea Stadium--which also functions as a recording studio--have archived at least part of every set for the past few years, available to listen through their site. --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • Soft Spot

    Soft Spot

    128 Bedford Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211-1986

  • Steel Drums

    35 Beadel St. Brooklyn, NY 11222

  • Steve Getz Music Hall

    119 Kent Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Studio B

    259 Banker St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Syrup Room

    100 Ingraham St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • The Living Room

    134 Metropolitan Brooklyn, NY 11249

  • Urban Meadow

    President St. New York, NY 11231

  • Verboten

    54 N 11th Street Brooklyn, NY 11249

  • Warsaw At the Polish National Home

    Warsaw At the Polish National Home

    261 Driggs Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222-3901

  • The Way Station

    The Way Station

    683 Washington Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238

  • The Well

    272 Meserole St. New York, NY 11206

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