This Sunday marks the halfway point of the “Northside Concert Series at Brooklyn Flea,” which, the more we think about it, isn’t that impressive on our end, seeing as free shows with great bands tend to be low on stress and high on fun. Even still! We’re honoring the occasion with an amped-up lineup led by furiously young Stones-worshippers Twin Peaks from the depths of the American Midwest. On the Brooklyn-till-we-die front, grit-smeared punk from Bushwick’s Honduras and mod pop from borough-bred Roya, a new project from members of Habibi and The Clean, kicks the afternoon into gear.
Gates to the Williamsburg Flea at 50 Kent (Kent Ave & North 12th St) will open at 10am, per usual, with music starting at 3pm and wrapping up before 6pm. (Fine print: Roya is on at 3pm, Honduras at 3:45pm, and Twin Peaks at 4:45pm.) Keep an eye here for details on the final show of Northside’s concert season on October 5 with Small Black. Their bittersweet synth swirls will guide us into the autumnal glow, so we can awake many months later, post-frost, and do it all over again.