Manhattan has more than a few great places to see live music, from the storied stage of Radio City to (slightly) more intimate venues like Bowery Ballroom and Mercury Lounge. But when it comes to left-field artists and experimental acts, Brooklyn is hands-down the place to be. While there's a time for plush seats and a perfectly-tuned sound systems, Brooklyn's venues have a DIY character and communal feel that can't be replicated by big promoters on giant stages. With that more adventurous spirit in mind, these are 10 awesome venues that fly under the mainstream radar. From live-in warehouses to underground dance clubs, you won't find a better place to catch a show than one of these spots.  

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