We have four days until fall officially arrives (shout-out to this doomsday countdown clock!), making it downright crucial to see outdoor live music while we still can. For that, we have this Sunday at Brooklyn Live at the Flea.
Glasser‘s chilled digitized beats, coupled with her vulnerable, crushing vocals, is the sonic meeting point between fall and summer. How appropriate that she’ll be headlining this weekend. The sunny, sparkling Monogold and glitch-pop manipulator Michael Beharie round out the bill, curated by our pals at the Bunce Group.
All this for zero dollars. Brooklyn is sometimes really cool like that, you know? RSVP here. While you’re at it, RSVP for next week, the last installment of Brooklyn Live for the season, with Porches, Nap Eyes and Adult Mom. Gates to the Brooklyn Flea in Williamsburg (at 50 Kent Avenue) will open at 10am for both shows, per usual, with music starting at 3pm and wrapping up around 6pm. We’ll be the ones dressed in all white, refusing to let summer go. Come join us.
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