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Lana Del Rey and Jack Antonoff at Apple's Press Event at Brooklyn Academy of Music
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watch Lana Del Rey & Jack Antonoff debut a new song at Apple event at BAM

Along with the announcement of new iPad Pros, a new MacBook Air, and a new Mac Mini ,Lana Del Rey was joined by Jack Antonoff for a two song performance (including a new one, "How to Disappear") at Brooklyn Academy of Music for Apple's first special event in NYC.

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Wu-Tang Clan on Jimmy Kimmel at Brooklyn Academy of Music
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Apple hosting Brooklyn Academy of Music event, where Wu-Tang Clan just performed

For the first time ever, Apple is hosting one of its special events in NYC, where new iPad Pros and Mac computers are expected to be announced. It's not the only out-of-the-ordinary event at to happen at BAM lately - they just finished a week of Jimmy Kimmel Live shows, including a Wu-Tang Clan performance.

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Florence + The Machine at Brooklyn Academy of Music
photo by Toby Tenenbaum
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Florence + The Machine previewed new LP at BAM with serpentwithfeet (pics, videos, setlist)

Florence + the Machine's anticipated fourth album High As Hope comes out June 29, and ahead of its release, Florence has been playing some intimate shows. Last night (5/13), she played her first of two of shows at Brooklyn Academy of Music...

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Florence + the Machine announce intimate NYC, LA & UK shows

The newly-announced shows happen very soon, and the NYC shows are at BAM.

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John Cale: The Velvet Underground and Nico at Brooklyn Academy of Music
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John Cale played ‘VU & Nico’ at BAM w/ AnCo, MGMT, Kurt Vile, Oh Sees & more (pics, videos, setlist)

Joined by Animal Collective, MGMT, Tunde Adebimpe (TV on the Radio), Connan Mockasin, Caroline Polacheck (Chairlift), Thee Oh Sees, Kurt Vile, and Sky Ferreira, John Cale played all of 'The Velvet Underground & Nico' and half of 'White Light/White Heat.'

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Nonesuch Celebration at Brooklyn Academy of Music
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Devendra Banhart, k.d. lang, Caetano Veloso, Chris Thile & more played “A Nonesuch Celebration” @ BAM (pics)

BAM paid tribute to Bob Hurwitz -- who ran innovative label Nonesuch (“The Label Without Labels”) from 1984 to 2014 -- on Saturday, April 4 at a concert dubbed "A Nonesuch Celebration."

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members of Deerhunter, Television, Suicide, Luna & Fiery Furnaces perform w/ Warhol films this weekend

We posted this when it was first announced, but here's a reminder about the three day event happening at the Brooklyn Academy of Music this weekend (11/6-11/8):Part of 2014 Next Wave Festival
The Andy Warhol Museum and Dean Wareham

Featuring live performances by:

Bradford Cox (Deerhunter, Atlas Sound)
Eleanor Friedberger (The Fiery Furnaces)
Martin Rev (Suicide)
Tom Verlaine (Television)
Dean Wareham (Galaxie 500, Luna)

The films of Andy Warhol are provocative milestones of underground cinema, flaunting convention simply by letting the gritty world be itself...

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Lena Dunham, Matt Groening, Neil Gaiman & others having conversations at BAM

The Brooklyn Academy of Music has announced:Bestsellers, trend-setters, celebrities, visual wizards, and story-tellers converge at BAM in three wide-ranging, one-night-only events in the winter of 2015...

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Stephin Merritt of Magnetic Fields
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2nd ‘This American Life’ BAM show added (Stephin Merritt included) ++ Merge25 Fest updates (Duke University shows)

The five-day RadioLoveFest is coming to the Brooklyn Academy of Music in June, featuring various live radio shows with a variety of performers including Andrew Bird, Hamilton Leithauser of the Walkmen, They Might Be Giants, and Jonathan Coulton...

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David Lynch talked Kanye, cardboard, factories, diners, and lots more at BAM (pics)

I love smoke. I love fire. I love metal. I love glass. I love plaster. I love bricks. And I love nature going to work on those things. In the old days, in the 1800s, they started building the most beautiful factories that were like cathedrals...

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