Monthly Archives: November 2017

Vaudeville on Thursday 12.7!

This month, 50% of the cast have funny moustaches! 100% have spectacular talent.
Stars of variety, circus, and burlesque, served up with a perfect mix of funny, lewd, and downright weird, one block from the L train in Bushwick. 

CHRIS ROZZI – absurdity
TEAM CIRCUS – acrobatic duo
Hula Hoop Harlot MELISSA-ANNE
MATT DALLOW – theremin and accordion
JUSTIN WEBER – yoyo and juggling
TANYA SOLOMON – magician and MC

Discount advance tix at

Metal Bands on Sunday 12.3!


Rock ‘n’ Roll Bands on Saturday 12.2!

- Blue Spruce @ 8:30
- The Black Market Merchants @ 9:15
- Out All Night @ 10
- Kingdøm øv GØD? @ 10:45

$8, 21+

Comedy Show on Thursday 11.30!

Comics and real people tell drunk stories with pictures from the night at The Blackout Diaries this Thursday! Ali Clayton, Amy Shanker, and Chris Moore will be drinking and laughing at stories by Ashley Hesseltine, Saurin Choksi, Ruby McCollister, Melody Kamali, and Caitlin Peluffo of their intoxication. This Thursday Nov 30th The Cobra Club Doors at 8:30 show at 9pm
$5 suggested donation

Post-punk Bands on Wednesday 11.29!

Chay & The Hostages


The Voms

Noise Bands on Monday 11.27!

Please join us on Monday, November 27th at the cobra club for an exciting evening of music, featuring the extatious sounds of Michael Foster, Brandon Lopez & Austin Vaughn, the indemnible duo of Sandy Ewen & Weasel Walter, and omnicacophonous stylings of the internet, who are kindly visiting us all the way from Japan. music will commence at 9pm, cover charge is $7-$10

Punk Bands on Saturday 11.5 Benefitting Puerto Rico!

Comedy on Monday 11/20!

Bushwick Underground present a night of music & performance on Sunday 11/19!

From the organizers, Bushwick Underground:

After a few months break, we are back with a powerful art show about failure and forgiveness! Join us on this one-night discovery journey hosted by painter and performer Linda Paúla Marcos. 
Come explore what it means to accept weaknesses and let go. Our talented team of musicians and artists will make you laugh, smile, cry and reflect:

Andrew Hammond is a folk & soul singer and storyteller with a big dynamic voice. He will play acoustic music perfect for both our generation as well as our dad’s!

Conversation with our special guest, street artist ObserverObscura, a born and raised New-Yorker whose work was influenced by art of all mediums and mostly the un-commissioned, unknown artists of NYC. ObserverObscura is a project about loss and forgiveness, missed chances and wasted opportunities, observations of society and collective unacknowledged truths. The artist uses conceptualism, installation and street art as mediums. Her work will be projected during the performances.

L.O.S.T (Line On Some Trip) is a post punk/ antifolk band. The French middle-eastern lead singer-songwriter and guitarist will convey with simplicity her feelings of anger and depression in a possibly failed attempt to find self-acceptance and inner peace :D

Syd Art Meta is the founder of Art of Tabla, Khartal and Surya Records. He will be teaching the Khartal , the most portable, pocket-sized instrument in the world. The audience will be invited to play them in an interactive style workshop.

Palwasha Akhtar Sharwani is an aspiring poet and community organizer. Her first collection “Ondine in Exile” was published in 2016. She dreams of having a PhD in Peace Studies from a fancy European school. She will read a poem specially written for the occasion accompanied by violinist Cameron Orr.

Jacquelyn Marie Shannon is a Texas-born, Brooklyn-based theatre and dance teacher influenced by Japanese Butoh dance, German expressionism, avant-garde theatre, circus, magic, spiritualism, Americana, and the nostalgic mythos and mysticism of the south. She will perform a ritual release Butoh dance in which she will be calling forth spirits of failure within a traumatized psychic and physical landscape in the hope of reaching a state of forgiveness.

Trumpet Grrrl is a triple threat combining trumpet, keys and singing into original songwriting. Her songs are about expression of self and being true to oneself. In her own words: “The only failure is not being you to the fullest”.



Singer/Songwriter Night on Saturday 11/18!

Fall is falling, and it’s time to get cozy, introspective, and a little tipsy at Cobra Club. A collection of New York songwriters take the stage with Annabeth McNamara from Charlottesville VA for acoustic performances that may even convince you everything is going to be ok. Get your warm fuzzies here.
Cover: Passing the hat!
Show @ 8:30 pm; 21+
The Cobra Club 6 Wyckoff Ave Brooklyn, NY 11237 (917)719-1138