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Silent Barn Brooklyn Spaces Oriana Leckert by Walter Wlodarczyk 2Silent Barn. Photo by Walter Wlodarczyk from the book Brooklyn Spaces

In spite of rent increases, robberies, and patterns of escalating police intervention, NYC’s DIY music scene continues to thrive. Whenever a much-loved performance space closes down, another one seems to pop up to take its place (which is definitely not the case in every major city). This may make it hard to keep up, which is why we’ve conveniently assembled this list of New York City’s top ten DIY venues. Each venue listed is still in operation and are not listed in any order of importance. Enjoy!

1. Pallisades

Pallisades-Brooklyn-DIY Music Venue-NYCImage by Jae S. Kim, via Pallisades Facebook Page

Pallisades, a  brand new performance space at 906 Broadway has only been open for four months but it has already hosted shows by some of the most popular bands in the New York punk and underground music scene. It is conveniently located right off of the Myrtle Broadway stop on the J train and the sound and the size of the venue are good enough to rival any other medium sized rock club of notability.

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4 Comments

  1. cindy says:

    What about Emet whoops now Aviv covered by Brooklyn mag from Stuart Solomon?

  2. yabbadabbadoo says:

    There are people, including myself, who live right above “Bohemian Grove” and have nothing to do with the parties, and they are sick of the noise and screaming drunks all night. It’s a residential building. Please check your facts before you list it as a “venue”.

  3. Tal Pearson says:

    There are some much better pictures of Bohemian Grove on their FB page:

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bohemian-Grove/215080405250697?ref=hl

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