That crispness in the air? Your local bodega taking a sudden interest in harvested goods, i.e. selling miniature pumpkins? The barrage of L.L. Bean catalogs sent to your apartment becoming less of an annoyance? This all means that the Northside Concert Series at Brooklyn Flea is winding down for the season. It’s been a good run (many thanks to the bands and fans who made it out), but we’ve got one last swing at summer before calling it the end.
Bittersweet synth purveyors Small Black, the deepest feelers in all the borough, show us the way this Sunday. They’ll be joined by head-in-clouds pop project Nicholas Nicholas and noise-and-twee-meeting-point Mitski, whose forthcoming album, literally called Bury Me at Makeout Creek, is emotionally on point.
Gates to the Williamsburg Flea at 50 Kent (Kent Ave & North 12th St) will open at 10am, per usual, with music starting at 3pm and wrapping up around 6pm. It’s practically Christmas. Let’s make this count.
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