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SubCulture

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Nice venue in the village.

After finding out the NYC Winter JazzFest was going on, this location was selected to see some... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2017
Darryl P
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Norristown, PA, United States
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Cosy club

I go to subculture frequently because I like the cosy atmosphere there. You are really close to the... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2015
Christina D
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New York City, New York
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8 Jan 2017
“Nice venue in the village.”
27 Apr 2015
“Cosy club”
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Immersed in color. Cradled in sound. Built for musical nirvana. We wanted to create the ultimate listening room, which put the focus on the artists and their craft, but also had a relaxed, downtown energy. The result is an intimate, underground...more
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45 Bleecker St, 6 to Bleecker St. B, D, F, Or F to Broadway / Lafayette St. N Or R to Prince St. J Or Z to Bowery, New York City, NY 10012-2402
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Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

After finding out the NYC Winter JazzFest was going on, this location was selected to see some shows. Even with the snow falling and not the easiest way to get around. This venue was not hard to find after exiting the train. Once you picked...More

1  Thank Darryl P
Reviewed 27 April 2015

I go to subculture frequently because I like the cosy atmosphere there. You are really close to the musicians and you can feel, how much heartblood they give for the music.Whenever I went there, the music was great! Check out the programme!

Thank Christina D
Reviewed 6 April 2015

I attended a concert at SubCulture by the baritone opera singer Christiaan Smith-Kotlarek. He combined different musical styles into his show, a little bit of Jazz, musical theater, opera and some covers by John Mayer and other artists ending in a sing along with audience...More

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Reviewed 25 March 2015 via mobile

Saw Thana Alexa at this club. Sound was great and the show was sold out . Fine jazz and a New York in-crowd...musicians and fans mingling and very cool vibe

Thank Brooksie W
Reviewed 13 January 2015

Was there recently with friends for Winter Jazz Festival. Nice acoustics! Good layout of the seats. Limited bar.

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Reviewed 2 December 2014

Well, I was here for work, but I have to say that of the many venues that I frequent in NYC, this place had a terrific staff, an amazing sound system, great views from every seat, and an excellent drinks menu. They also seem to...More

Thank CaryLG
Reviewed 24 November 2014

This intimate (120 seat) downstairs NoHo venue provides outstanding acoustics, visibility, and overall ambiance. My wife and I came to hear Huun Huur Tu, an unusual Mongolian-folk group, perform. I would rate this a courageous and outstanding move by the club owner to host this...More

1  Thank rgs2000
Reviewed 20 March 2014

The SubCulture is a new live music venue located in Greenwich Village, opened in September 2013. As I planned my March 2014 visit to New York City with my partner, I ended up including this venue as part of my plans; there was a show...More

2  Thank skinnylawyer
Reviewed 18 March 2014

Right near the subway stop at Bleecker and Mulberry, this is one cool club. I saw the Anna Nalick show on 3/15 and it was so intimate. The place holds 120, but doesn't feel cramped. Bar serves beer and wine throughout the show. The only...More

2  Thank BettysDaughter
Reviewed 3 October 2013

This new basement live music venue opened in mid-September. They offered a jazz piano festival that featured, among others, Matthew Shipp, Fabian Almazon, Aaron Goldberg and Gerald Clayton. I went to 3 gigs within a few days and was very impressed. The venue holds about...More

3  Thank Gregory C
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