Brooklyn's These Are Powers douses its vertigo-inducing rock with a crashing acid wave of punk. Singer Anna Barie's dissonant yowls hover over bone-shaking bass, buzzing distortion and clangs that would sound at home in an abandoned warehouse. Calling upon fellow artists (including Ssion's Cody Critcheloe) to visually interpret the title of its third album, All Aboard Future, the band made an art opening of its CD-release performance. In keeping with that vibe, opener Javelin creates Dadaist electro from thrift-store jams. (The fellow Brooklynites' aesthetic includes a sound system of spray-painted secondhand boomboxes and a vow not to sample a record that cost more than $5.) Hipsters, look no further: You've found your Tuesday-night haven.