Posted in music | tour dates on February 17, 2014

No Joy @ Mexican Summer Five (more by P Squared)
No Joy

Last week we posted that Dam-Funk were added to Brooklyn Night Bazaar's upcoming slate of shows on March 7. Since then, BKNB have announced even more of their spring schedule, with some pretty cool artists planned for the next couple months, including Ash, Guards, No Joy, Young Galaxy, Fear of Men and more.

Montreal widescreen synth pop combo Young Galaxy will play on Saturday, March 15 with American Royalty (who just played Baby's All Right), Bowmont, and Late Guest at the Party. That's the second of two nights presented by T / My Free Concert -- the Friday (3/14) show being Guards and more TBA.

On Saturday, April 5, it's long-running (and underrated) Irish band Ash (who lived here in NYC for a while) who will play with Run River North, and Golden Suits. That's part of a weekend presented by Pandora, with Bronze Radio Return, Boston's Gem Club (here not that long ago), and The Suzan playing on Friday, April 5.

Then the weekend of April 18/19 is presented by Insound and Kanine Records. The Friday show (4/18) is with UK band Fear of Men whose new album will be out around the time of this show, plus Drew Citron and Frankie Rose's band Beverly (whose new song we dig a lot), Toronto's Alvvays (who just played with Yuck at Bowery) and Florida band Beach Day. Then for the Saturday show (4/19), it's Montreal's No Joy, Philadelphia's Bleeding Rainbow (new LP and NYC release show at the end of Feb.), felow Philly band Little Big League, and a second appearance by Beach Day. Note that Saturday is also Record Store Day, so if you blew all your money on limited edition vinyl, remember Brooklyn Night Bazaar shows are free. Beverly, Beach Day and Bleeding Rainbow all feature on Kanine RDS compilation Non Violent Femmes.

Lastly, Friday, April 25 will play host to Total Slacker (who just had a record release party) and Reputante.

In addition to the free shows, Brooklyn Night Bazaar offers amusements (ping pong, mini golf, pinball and vintage arcade games), beer and wine, gourmet food, and a variety of shopping options from local vendors.

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion just played BKNB this past weekend and this weekend it's Widowspeak, Jessica Pratt, Porches, Ponyhof on Friday (2/21); and Savoir Adore and more on Saturday (2/22).



Comments (12)

People in NYC always need places to go. Grow up nerds.

The only tickets I pay for are speeding! (And that's only after there are warrants out.) Kill yourselves.

Posted by SexMan Jones | February 17, 2014 5:40 PM

Vegan articles self-link to editorialization when they should just point to information.

I get it that you want to make money but at the cost of usefulness?

Posted by Anonymous | February 17, 2014 6:30 PM

Every single link in this article is to another Brooklyn Vegan article.

Had to close BV and google BK Bazar.

Posted by Anonymous | February 17, 2014 6:30 PM

get bent

Posted by blayne | February 17, 2014 7:34 PM

That long-haired-geetar-slinging-babe-in-heels-singer for No Joy ... Holy. Fucking. Sheeeeet.

Amaze. Balls.

That. Be. All. My sweet beetches.

Posted by Anonymous | February 17, 2014 9:46 PM

What time does the first band usual hit the stage?

Posted by Anonymous | February 17, 2014 10:13 PM

question for total slacker:

if you get a scathing pitchfork review, do you NOT post it on FB in order to carefully manage your brand... or do you choose to post it anyway with the argument "hey, where's YOUR pitchfork review lol?", since simply making it on the site says something in itself about your band regardless of the score?

Posted by Anonymous | February 18, 2014 12:56 AM

question for this guy ^ :

How is it that fucks are even given?

Posted by Anonymous | February 18, 2014 1:57 AM

ASH! :)

Posted by Anonymous | February 18, 2014 8:25 AM

fuck yea no joy

Posted by Anonymous | February 18, 2014 9:29 AM

Ash needs to bring Charlotte back on board and go touring

Posted by Anonymous | February 18, 2014 10:33 AM

^Yeah they also need to play more songs off of Nu-Clear Sounds

Posted by Anonymous | February 18, 2014 10:38 AM

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