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Friday, October 31 @ 8pm

Halloween Oates

 $3 PBR Open-10pm. Free Entry, 21+

Friday, November 7 @ 7pm

My Gold Mask w/ Glass Lux

$5 Blue Point Open-10pm. Free Entry, 21+

Friday, November 14 @ 7PM

The Living Kills w/ Bradley Dean & The Terminals

$5 Smuttynose Open-10pm. Free Entry, 21+

Friday, December 12 @ 11:30PM

Mo Lowda & The Humbles

$4 Dos Equis Open-10pm. Free Entry, 21+

Photos: Kingsfoil, Rookie of the Year, SayWeCanFly, and Red Letter Days -8/4

The Brave Love Tour came to the Knitting Factory last night for a packed-house show, with sets from Kingsfoil, Rookie of the Year, SayWeCanFly, and Red Letter Days. You can almost pretend you were there (or re-live the great memories) with these photos from in-house photographer Mimi Hong — check them out below!   

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Tribal Seeds bring much-missed reggae tones to the east coast

Tribal Seeds play the Knit on Wednesday, August 13 with New Kingston and The Expanders. You can get tickets here. You can also enter to win a free pair of tickets to the show at BrokeAssStuarts.com. There is no bigger name in reggae right now than Tribal Seeds. Citing influences like Bob Marley and the Mighty […]

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PHOX-pholk explodes at the Knit

PHOX brought their own brand of Wisconsin psych-folk-art-pop to our stage with Trails and Ways this past Tuesday for their second sold-out NYC show of the week. Their tour is supporting their self-titled album – PHOX, out now on Partisan Records – and the screams of the packed room overpowered the opening and closing notes of […]

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The Donkeys blast our stage with California sun

The Donkeys packed the house with long-time and brand-new fans alike last Wednesday following killer sets from Hanging Hills and Marcellus Hall. The show was one of many in a line of Ride the Black Wave tour dates (buy the album HERE), and the earliest indicator of their regular performances was their tongue-in-cheek ‘hump day’ […]

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Allison Weiss & Secret Someones

By Ryley Pogensky Jesus, what an amazing night I said to myself as I ate some of the best fried chicken I’ve ever had at Blue Ribbon, around 1:00 AM. Sometimes you just don’t want to go home, especially when you’re running on the fuel of some truly amazing bands. The sounds of the night […]

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The Uncluded Serve Up Ace After Ace

By Ryley Pogensky What happens when two deliciously different musical talents decide to make an album together? Well much like Elvis enjoyed his peanut butter and bacon Kimya Dawson and Aesop Rock have joined together to give fans an unexpected perfect combination. Fans have heard the two flirt with a full on collaboration in the […]

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The So So Glo’s “Blowout” the Beginning of Summer in Brooklyn

By Ryley Pogensky There’s nothing more exciting than seeing a Brooklyn based band take the stage and play to their hometown crowd. And that is exactly what The So So Glo’s are. A band of brothers (actually) who bring the sound of punk and rock and roll that New York was ripe with in the […]

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Cam Meekins Brings His “Lamp City” Family to Williamsburg

By Ryley Pogensky With a new album dropping in a matter of days; the 21st to be exact, young rap phenom Cam Meekins is taking our stage this Thursday. A young rapper hailing from Cambridge, Massachusetts Cam started showing his passion and love for music at a young age. By the tender age of 10 […]

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