Putting out albums under his Dark Comedy guise was an inside joke for Kenny Larkin: For much of the past dozen years, he took a break from techno to concentrate on his stand-up career. But 2008’s Keys, Strings and Tambourines was as tight and lush as his earlier work. This afternoon, the Detroit third-wave icon graces the banks of the Gowanus at the former Bklyn Yard. With residents Justin Carter, Eamon Harkin, and Doug Singer.
Sun., June 27, 3 p.m., 2010