Real Estate came out from the sleepy suburbs of New Jersey to play repurposed warehouses and lofts all across Brooklyn in the late 2000s, but even then, there was something special about their music. Their laid-back, jangly guitar part comes from equal parts Yo La Tengo and Ventures, along with the Grateful Dead’s propensity to jam. Their latest album, Atlas, is their most mature yet; it shows just how far they’ve come from their lo-fi beginnings. The band are coming back to their old Brooklyn haunts this month, but they’ll be playing a decidedly bigger venue this time around: the Music Hall Of Williamsburg. Don’t miss out on this one.