What seems like a lifetime ago, I shared photos from Public Records, a Brooklyn nightclub and cafe with an amazing hi-fi sound system. Situated in the gritty (and rapidly gentrifying) Gowanus neighborhood, Public Records books world-renowned musicians, DJs and artists who perform in it’s wood-paneled listening room.
After my visit, I pitched and wrote a narrative for the Red Hook Star Revue. The article included my transcendent experience and photos (which I love) from the beat-fueled evening. Here’s a link to the article here. And don’t to forget to support your music venues!
One Response to “Live and Direct from Public Records”
Great article. I want to go there.