For a rather more low-key evening than concerts usually offer, head to Brooklyn Bowl this Saturday for a gig full of dreamy goodness. Asobi Seksu, the New York-based shoegaze-influenced duo, headline; expect ethereal-yet-still-noisy pop sung in both Japanese and English. On an unusual note, Asobi Seksu’s also appealing for help from their fans – due to a broken cable, they’re in need for new music. Bring a mix CD for the band’s delectation (with contact info included) and they’ll reward their favorite with a prize. Labelmate Loney, Dear opens; the indie-folk project of Swedish singer-songwriter Emil Svanängen recorded four albums in his home studio before one was re-released by Sub Pop in ’07. The act’s newest album, Hall Music, drops just a couple of days after this date. White Birds will also be lending support to the night; the hazy/reverb-friendly trio is also offering an excuse to break out your old Walkman with their upcoming four-track cassette.