NYC’S HID­DEN MU­SIC SCENE

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Escape - - YOUR VIEW - Guide from NYC & Com­pany, ny­cgo.com

APOLLO THEATER (HAR­LEM, MAN­HAT­TAN)

Cel­e­brat­ing its 85th an­niver­sary next year, his­toric Apollo Theater plays a key role in de­vel­op­ing emerg­ing African-Amer­i­can and cul­tur­ally di­verse artists and launched the ca­reers of icons such as Ella Fitzger­ald, James Brown and Jimi Hen­drix.

BROOK­LYN STEEL (WIL­LIAMS­BURG, BROOK­LYN)

Since burst­ing on NYC’s mu­sic scene last year with five nights of sold-out con­certs by rock band LCD Soundsys­tem, Brook­lyn Steel has grown into one of the East Coast’s most pop­u­lar mu­sic halls, with one-nightonly per­for­mances and mini week­end res­i­den­cies.

TER­MI­NAL 5 (HELL’S KITCHEN, MAN­HAT­TAN)

Lo­cated in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen, Ter­mi­nal 5 flaunts a multi-level space hold­ing 3000 peo­ple in five dis­tinct rooms. The venue reg­u­larly hosts con­certs by hip-hop stars and the world’s most fa­mous elec­tronic DJs.

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