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It can be claimed that the writer-director’s patented playful cynicism turned sour over his last half-dozen pictures, but with We’re heading into 2018 without a physical home for Shea Stadium, the venue that graced a sweaty second-floor room in an industrial stretch of East Williamsburg for most of the last decade.
Shea is still searching for a new place to throw its blend of rock, pop, and experimental shows, but while we wait, we can enjoy some of Brooklyn’s premier DIY talent — including the indie-pop group Yucky Duster, the ’90s-alt-inspired Bueno, and the hook-heavy punk group Fits — in Brooklyn Bazaar’s basement space.
Tygapaw is a Brooklyn-based, Jamaica-born DJ who weaves hip-hop, pop, techno, house, dancehall, and more into her electric live sets.
She’s the founder of the party Fake Accent, a event, she says, that attempts to “make a new space to be among like-minded people, regardless of race, gender, [or] sexuality.” This won’t be a straightforward electronic music night — come prepared to be entertained.
Their angular guitar parts and elliptical lyrics never quite form into something you can settle into, and that’s the point.
Claude is skeptical: “Why doesn’t he like Jews if he’s nice?The program opens with the world premiere of , made in collaboration with her dancers and Ephrat “Bounce” and Asherie and Matthew “Megawatt” West.The latter, first seen at the 2015 Fall for Dance festival and now 45 minutes long, has original music by her brother Donovan Dorrance, Gregory Richardson, and soul vocalist Aaron Marcellus.—DIY pop punk queens Colleen Green and Cassie Ramone bring their Christmas show to Brooklyn this week, backed up by dreamy shoegaze act Spirit Crush.The Footlight, located off the De Kalb L stop on the border of Ridgewood and Brooklyn, is a perfectly cozy place to celebrate the last week before Christmas with friends. Since then, every few years the Studio Museum in Harlem has held a series of influential exhibitions that are specifically intended to bring a fresh crop of noteworthy Black American artists to the attention of a broad audience.