With global billionaires plopping their assets into New York City condos and Ibiza superclubs like Pacha and Sankeys opening Manhattan outposts in the West 30s and 40s, it’s almost surprising that London punk institution Rough Trade Records didn’t land in Brooklyn sooner. Nevertheless, the store that brought to its label bands like the Buzzcocks and Scritti Politti, recently remodeled a giant warehouse near the East River and is celebrating with a lineup of after-hours shows. Tonight, buy Ida Maria’s new Love Conquers All, then watch her play tracks like 2007’s “Oh My God,” which rocks just as hard as anything by her label forebears.

Wed., Dec. 4, 9 p.m., 2013