Between the fifth anniversary of Captured Tracks and the upcoming Mexican Summer blowout, North Brooklyn’s record labels have been pumping out a dizzying array of live music lately. Most of it, naturally, has been in the indie rock arena, but Afro-soul fans will have their moment tonight when Bushwick-based label Daptone Records, which makes its home in an actual home on Troutman Street, puts on a free show at Williamsburg Park.

The label’s top acts will be gettin’ down, with The Budos Band pumping out its Fela-esque instrumental jams and Brooklyn’s own Naomi Shelton and the Gospel Queens hitting the high notes. The headliner is Charles Bradley, the onetime James Brown impersonator who overcame a hard-luck life to become a funk and soul star in his own right: a documentary about his life (Charles Bradley: Soul of America) will screen at BAM next Friday. Check out the trailer, above, to find out what you’re in for when the Menahan Street Band (another Daptone act) backs him tonight at 8:15 p.m. And cue up the playlist below to dip into Daptone’s opening acts. They hit the stage, at Kent and North 12th, at 6 p.m.