We’re constantly astounded by the incredible live music scene here in Bushwick, and we’re having trouble finding creative ways to say so every single Thursday. All we know is that these eight shows will fire you up. And hopefully even possess you by their flaminess, like good ol’ Jimi. We’ve got shows from tonight through Sunday night in the hood (and some in other places) - from a Sunday night punk show coming in at #9 to our #1 pick, a Red Bull Music Academy Noise Rock show at the Knockdown Center in Queens TONIGHT.
We are beyond excited to share Bushwick Daily’s first ever video short- aptly entitled “A Night in Bushwick.” We take you for a Friday Night tour of our industrial, artistic, eclectic and ultimately unique neighborhood of Bushwick, Brooklyn. The night included Kittens, Art Galleries, Tacos, House Parties, Indie Music, Dancing & Drinking.
We got our art fix at Sardine Gallery and cruised by Storefront Bushwick. We stuffed our faces at Taquera El Fagon. We visited musician & BD contributor Ana Lola Roman for a house party and some palm reading at 95 Knickerbocker Ave. We then flew over to Living Bread Deli to catch Cassie Ramone of Vivian Girls and chat with the boss of Bushwick’s DIY scene-Todd P. Finally, we found ourselves dizzily ending the night outside Bushwick Borders, taking shots and seeing The Can’t Tells at Delinquency. What a NIGHT. Watch the video to see full, blissful, Bushwick insanity.
For a proper Pre-Festival weekend, I like to visit venues that I will most likely not remember because I will be head banging or beer tossing. It appears calm at first, but checking out my hood I found these gems. I will be there; tennis racket in hand ready to get served. 30 Love suckas’
Friday Night – I am going with Shea Stadium. One, anything with Stadium in the name sounds pretty baller to say. “Yeah, I am heading to the Stadium for a quick one.” I want to check out Eula, and Quiet Loudly. Plus, it is a record release party for Passenger Peru. $5 Cover. Feel me? Find Me.