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Published on March 21, 2019
3 primo alternative music events in New York City this weekendPhoto: Rocco Dipoppa/Unsplash

Looking to jam out to some alt-rock songs this weekend? From a night of music and art to a throwback dance party, this weekend's event lineup offers plenty to look forward to.

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Pan Asia Sounding Festival

Head to Brooklyn on Friday for the Pan Asia Sounding Festival. To counteract Western societies' typical focus ancient Asian culture, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Du Yun curated a mix of performances, live music and art exhibits to showcase modern Asian art and music. The evening will also feature "No Revenge Necessary," an original multimedia opera in which humans struggle to survive in a poisonous environment.

When: Friday, March 22, 7 p.m.
Where: National Sawdust, 80 N. Sixth St.
Admission: $29
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Bambara, David Vassalotti, Horoscope and Flasyd at Alphaville

Catch four different musicians in one night at Alphaville. Hear band Bambara's hit songs like "Dark Circles" and "Doe-Eyed Girl," as well as other singles from David Vassalotti, Horoscope and Flasyd.

When: Friday, March 22, 8-11 p.m.
Where: Alphaville, 140 Wilson Ave.
Admission: $10-$12
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Emotronic: An Emo Rave

And finally, don't miss this electronic emo rave at Knitting Factory Brooklyn. Dance to sets by DJs Jet, Swabby, Nekosiren and Flying Horse. They'll play classic hits from bands like All Time Low, Metro Station and Cobra Starship. 

When: Friday, March 22, 11:30 p.m.
Where: Knitting Factory Brooklyn, 361 Metropolitan Ave.
Admission: Free
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