From Sept. 14-18, musician Brian Tate,
artist Danny Simmons and the Fulton Mall Improvement Association
present their second annual Brooklyn New Music Festival at indoor
and outdoor venues around the borough.
Among the 21 bands slated to perform is Jungli (pictured), who will play Sept. 18 at 11 pm at Trash Bar in Williamsburg.
The festival kicks off on Sept. 17 with a free concert, from 1 pm to 6 pm, at Albee Square in Fulton Mall. The line-up includes Burnt Sugar; arkestra; Pistolera; Tate’s band, Shrine for the Black Madonna; Somi; and Suffrajett. The concert coincides with a sidewalk "SalesDay" held by the Fulton Street Mall retailers.
The Brooklyn New Music Festival will also include five nights of $5 concerts at the Brooklyn Lyceum in Park Slope, the Five Spot in Clinton Hill, Frank’s Lounge in Fort Greene, Sputnik in Bedford-Stuyvesant and Trash Bar.
Even Pratt Institute will take part in this showcase of new, alternative music by hosting a panel discussion of Brooklyn’s live music scene, featuring a slate of the borough’s club owners. The discussion is scheduled for Sept. 15, from 6 pm to 8 pm, in Pratt’s Memorial Hall.
For more information about Jungli’s concert, call Trash Bar [256 Grand St. at Driggs Avenue] at (718) 599-1000 or visit www.thetrashbar.com. For more information about the panel discussion at Pratt Institute [200 Willoughby Ave. between Classon and Saint James streets] call (718) 636-3657. And for a complete schedule of the Brooklyn New Music Festival, see the "Brooklyn Nightlife" listings in GO Brooklyn or visit the festival’s Web site www.seedsa
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