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Matthew Dear

As mentioned, Pitchfork will be hosting three days of shows at Brooklyn Bowl during, but-it-looks-like/probably completely unaffiliated with, CMJ this year (Thursday/Friday/Saturday CMJ week). "Brooklyn Bowl is located at 61 Wythe Avenue between N. 11th and N. 12th streets. The festival starts at 2 p.m. each day, with doors opening at 1 p.m. Tickets are $10, both in advance and day of the show." They're calling it the #OFFLINE Festival.

Based on the lineups and start time, it looks like each #OFFLINE day will be about a 12 hour show. No set times yet though, but the full lineups and ticket links are below...

Matthew Dear is one of the biggest names on the list (he plays Saturday), and it will be one of three CMJ week shows for Matthew. His first is Friday night at Webster Hall with Jamaica and Dominique Young Unique. His third is later on Saturday at Public Assembly for the FIXED/Making Time Party with Matthew Dear, Crocodiles, Holy Ghost!, Javelin, Gold Panda, Jamaica, and Kisses.

The FIXED/Making Time party starts after the BrooklynVegan party which is also happening at Public Assembly that same day. Just to be clear:

SATURDAY OCTOBER 23RD
* BrooklynVegan @ Public Assembly 12-6pm (free - more details TBA)
* FIXED/Making Time @ Public Assembly 9pm-late (tickets)
* Pitchfork @ Brooklyn Bowl 2pm-late (tickets)
* BrooklynVegan metal @ Union Pool 7pm-late ($5.00 or CMJ badge at the door)

We (BrooklynVegan) will also be at Public Assembly all day on Friday, October 22nd (details TBA), and at Music Hall of Williamsburg on the Thursday night.

All Matthew Dear tour dates (many of which we previously posted including a November show at MHoW), and the Pitchfork #OFFLINE Fest info, below...

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Pitchfork

Thursday, October 21 (Buy tickets here)
Dave Sitek/Maximum Balloon (DJ set)
Times New Viking
Gold Panda
Dom
Beach Fossils
Wild Nothing
Small Black
Lower Dens
Dominique Young Unique
Dent May
Keepaway
+ More TBA

Friday, October 22 (Buy tickets here)
Avey Tare (DJ set)
Zola Jesus
Marnie Stern
How to Dress Well
Deradoorian
Glasser
Baths
Tanlines
Candy Claws
Andrew Cedermark
Sun Airway
Cloud Nothings
Big Troubles
+ More TBA

Saturday, October 23 (Buy tickets here)
Fool's Gold Three Year Anniversary Presented by Scion (Ft. A-Trak, Treasure Fingers, Donnis, CyHi Da Prynce, the Suzan, Kingdom, Araabmuzik)
Matthew Dear
Freddie Gibbs
Active Child
Javelin
Ty Segall
Diamond Rings
Cults
Highlife
Lord Huron
+ More TBA

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Matthew Dear - 2010 Tour Dates
Thu 10/14/10 Metro Chicago IL w/ Four Tet, Jon Hopkins
Fri 10/15/10 Red Mill Theatre Hamilton ON (Live)
Sat 10/16/10 Wrongbar Toronto ON (Live)
Mon 10/18/10 Le Belmont Montreal QC (Live) w/ Mike Mind DJ Set
Tue 10/19/10 Great Scott Allston MA (Live)
Thu 10/21/10 Voyeur Philadelphia PA (Live)
Fri 10/22/10 Webster Hall, New York, NY Girls & Boys CMJ Party
Sat 10/23/10 Public Assembly Brooklyn NY Making Time Fixed Party
Sat 10/23/10 Brooklyn Bowl Brooklyn NY Pitchfork CMJ Showcase

Sun 10/24/10 DC9 Washington DC (Live)
Wed 10/27/10 Masquerade (Hell Stage) Atlanta GA (Live)
Thu 10/28/10 Howlin Wolf New Orleans LA (Live)
Sat 10/30/10 Meltdown Music Festival Dallas TX (Live)
Sun 10/31/10 The Mohawk Austin TX (Live)
Tue 11/02/10 Club Red Tempe AZ (Live), Small Black
Thu 11/04/10 Porters Pub San Diego CA (Live)
Fri 11/05/10 Vanguard Hollywood CA
Sat 11/06/10 Mighty San Francisco CA (Live)
Mon 11/08/10 Holocene Portland OR (Live), Small Black
Tue 11/09/10 Nectar Lounge Seattle WA (Live)
Sat 11/13/10 7th Street Entry Minneapolis MN
Sun 11/14/10 The Frequency Madison WI Nick Nice, (Live)
Mon 11/15/10 The Blind Pig Ann Arbor MI (Live) w/ Mux Mool
Tue 11/23/10 Music Hall Of Williamsburg Brooklyn NY (Live)

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Comments (60)

Matthew Dear also playing Boys & Girls party at Webster on the Friday.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 2:23 AM

Pitchfork sucks- where's the metal?

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 2:29 AM

Awesome... we get to pay for day parties now. Thanks Pitchfork!

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 2:39 AM

$10 ticket is an awesome deal mannn.

Thanx for the info...

Posted by Cafe Bruges | October 14, 2010 2:40 AM

Fuck Pitchfork

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 2:43 AM

"Matthew Dear is one of the biggest names on the list" oh that's sad!

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 2:45 AM

why would I pay $10 for a Pfuck party when I can go to the BV party for FREE?

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 2:50 AM

Cause with the Pitchfork party you don't have to waste time checking scores to make sure the bands are still ok to like.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 3:13 AM

"Matthew Dear is one of the biggest names on the list" oh that's sad!

Posted by chat | October 14, 2010 4:54 AM

thanks for providing the dates of the offline festival and also the tour dates of Matthew dear.

Posted by location en espagne | October 14, 2010 6:19 AM

I wish pitchfork would take their fucking opinion, and control of Music and go take a flying fuck! ...They take all the good away from it, and turn it into Corporate Bullshit = $ = go fuck yourself pitchfork..And Brooklyn Vegan stop plugging them...

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 8:22 AM

Pitchfork. Now featuring exclusive coverage and performances by their officemates the Windish Agency. Objective journalism at its best.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 8:23 AM

pitchfork might as well be owned by rupert murdoch at this point

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 8:42 AM

Yeah I love to see Ryan Schreiber annual income,for promoting some of the worst bands in the history of music! Making them trending, and fucking cool, because Pitchfork says.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 8:48 AM

Pitchfork sabotaging CMJ now? Great.

This should be good though as I bet 90% of hipsters in hipsterville will be going to this. I mean they listen to whatever Pitchfork tells them to right?

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 8:49 AM

pretty lol that in 30 years of cmj, pitchfork is the only company that has the power to cherrypick every buzzing band, throw their party at the same time, and not even have to call it a "cmj day party" or a "anti-cmj party" or anything that acknowledges that cmj exists. And basically having all the bands people want to see for $450 less than buying a badge.

KING KONG BALLS

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 9:15 AM

yall fuckin crazy.
if this is corporate then what the fuck is cmj? also ten dollars for a bazillion people in a fun venue is a steal.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 9:17 AM

Yea but I don't read Pitchfork so I don't know who's good/bad....don't want to waste $10. Any recommendations?

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 9:19 AM

CMJ and Pitchfork both suck.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 9:25 AM

i'd care a lot more about pitchfork if everytime i visted their site there wasn't a picture of kanye west. anyway who needs that site considering how big BV is now, and this site doesn't really review as much as it reports - much better in my opinion

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 9:32 AM

my god you fucking losers make me sick. bitching about a website that has had MOSTLY positive influence on indie music in general,
bringing tons of good bands at a decent price.

if you feel pitchfork has "too much power" its only because you are a fucking mindless drone that let pitchfork dictate your taste.

use the pitchfork reviews, dont let pitchfork use you. easy as.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 9:33 AM

9:19 you need someone to tell you what is good or bad ? Use your fucking ears, think for yourself. Don't let Lame Pitchfork think for you!

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 9:34 AM

Not to derail the pitchfork hate-fest, but any opinions on Matthew Dear being good/bad live? I like the new record, but I could see the possibility of it being kind of boring live.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 9:43 AM

9:43 I haven't seen him in a few years, but if he's doing the whole full band thing, it's kind of a snooze. Not hatin', just sayin'. He's not much of a singer or commanding frontman.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 9:49 AM

Its only a matter of time before Pitchfork either gets bought out by Clear Channel or effectively becomes the exact same thing, just at a smaller level. Pitchfork has effectively killed truly underground rock in favor of the faux naive, backwards looking pablum that they promote.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 10:00 AM

I don't get it, internet anonymous people. If you don't like it, don't go. 10 bucks for 12 hours of music sounds sweet to me but I also don't buy a CMJ pass for however the fuck much money it is and I such as shit not standing in line to get in for "free" to some shows. You think Pitchfork sucks but (and I love what BV posts - a lot) this site is filled with a bunch of cowardliness fucking banter after each fucking post. Alright now, get back to your day jobs!

pavement sucks, this band sucks, that site sucks, fucking hummus?, jesus fuck christ.

Posted by GGC | October 14, 2010 10:10 AM

In an ideal world, there would be no need for music media like BV and pitchfork. If only people in large numbers would just go down to their local pub to see a rnadom band or talk to their friends or go to a record store and browse, we would need these blogs and shit acting as middlemen

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 10:19 AM

9:33, is Larry Fitzmaurice your dad? Chill out buddy.

It worries me that Pitchfork benefits financially from its own tastemaking. I know this happens all the time but the Pitchfork of today is not the Pitchfork of ten years ago.

And I don't see how an influential review site that tends to favor adequacy and marketability over ambition and messiness is anywhere near a good thing for indie music, if it still breathes that is. Enjoy your Best Coast.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 10:37 AM

i would still love to see a valid argument or example on why pitchfork is killing underground music.

its easy throwing up red flags like clearchannel, but pitchfork is hardly a monopoly like clearchannel.

give us something to chew on or GTFO.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 10:38 AM

@ 10:37

i read pitchfork.

i fucking hate best coast and wavves.

does that blow your fucking mind or what?

to think that ppl can ONLY either follow pitchfork like sheep OR hate on pitchfork is incredibly condescending.

any website is only as influential as YOU allow it to be.

make sense?

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 10:44 AM

"And I don't see how an influential review site that tends to favor adequacy and marketability over ambition and messiness is anywhere near a good thing for indie music, if it still breathes that is. Enjoy your Best Coast"

Well said, 10:37!

Pitchfork is bad for indie music because of its tastes and "emerging bands" it promotes lately, favoring flash-in-the pan amateurism while ignoring a lot of new bands that actually have innovative ideas and the potential to do great things. Wavves, best Coast and DOM are gonna run out of good ideas real fast and fall of the face of the earth.

Unfortunately, pitchfork acts as a clearing house for all aspects of the indie-stry--booking, touring, other press, label stuff, so its very very difficult to have even a semblence of a career without their endorsement. Because of this, there will be no "next" liars, minutemen, flaming lips, yeah yeah yeahs, etc.

Brooklyn Vegan is equally nefarious as a part of the evil media hype machine, but it does serve a great purpose--as a place where frustrated fans can at least throw some shit back at the media machine.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 11:04 AM

I think pitchfork has at least increased the visibility and market-share of so-called "indie music" within the broader post-millenial culture, but at the expense of some of the more fringe aspects of the indie subculture that actually fuel artistic growth and progress, which Pitchfork generally ignores or derides. Pitchfork only gets behind stuff that its increasingly mainstream audience might be able to appreciate.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 11:13 AM

yea, pitchfork struck out with Best Coast/Wavves/Girls etc.

but then again they also hyped interesting/worthy acts such as Balam Acab, HTDW, Oneotrix Point Never etc. NONE of these acts can be considered mainstream by any stretch.

take what you wanna take from it.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 11:28 AM

How To Dress Well and Oneohtrix are getting there 11:28. HTDW could be one of the breakouts of CMJ this year and Daniel just put out a 7" with Antony and Fennesz' names on it (also did some recordings with Real Estate that should be out soon). He's in it to win it, no harm in that, but don't delude yourself.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 11:37 AM

"Not to derail the pitchfork hate-fest, but any opinions on Matthew Dear being good/bad live? I like the new record, but I could see the possibility of it being kind of boring live."

i heard he's touring with a live band now. i could be wrong though. i'm intrigued.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 11:47 AM

i think pitchfork has some serious nerve commandeering the cmj crowd just because folks are in town next week, and in general i can't stand the site. i do, however, love best coast, and isn't the bigger issue here that they promote artist like kanye west and lil wayne? let them cream all over best coast and wavves all they want, at least they're actually indie artists. kanye et al. are not!

Posted by anonymous | October 14, 2010 12:15 PM

you are all so fucking dumb i kant believe it. shut up and see deerhunter/los campesinos this weekend.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 12:25 PM

@11:37 in it to win it? dont delude?
OPN makes crazy drone noise+ambient zoned out sprawls. i love em and appreciate the fact that pitchfork is tryin to get some people to at least give em a try. dont make it like hes some fuckin famous popstar.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 12:27 PM

yea, i KANT believe we are so fucking dumb either.

deerhunter rules. you dont.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 12:27 PM

Pitchfork shouldn't have the right to marry and is abhorrant, but deserves to be treated equally.

Posted by Carl Paladino | October 14, 2010 12:44 PM

OPN is the exception rather than rule. Wonder why OPN got so lucky when 9 times out of 10 pitchfork would ignore or deride similar music?

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 1:02 PM

example of Pitchfork deriding experimental music(link if possible), please?

not trying to bash, just genuinely curious.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 1:31 PM

biggest take from there, at least for me -- a series of day parties - with sponsorship - that aren't free.

that really sucks.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 1:59 PM

you should read some kant.
we'll talk about it at deerhunter.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 2:17 PM

@ 1:59

dude, 10 bucks. TEN FUCKING BUCKS. if that drives you off, perhaps it's time you considered employment.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 2:56 PM

I will not march in any Pitchfork parade, it's shameful.

Posted by Carl Paladino | October 14, 2010 2:57 PM

pitchfork doesnt necessarily hate experimental music. they hate music that seems like the band is actually trying unless they are an established band. in mid 2000s it was cool to actually care but now it's not for new bands so they only champion all the lofi/chillwave bs that not that many people actually listen to outside of new york. none of the bands p4k hyped the last couple years even headline 1000 person clubs around the country.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 3:24 PM

^false

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 3:28 PM

First off Deerhunter live pretty impressive.
When you read a review you have to look at it as what it is a shill for the owners of the product so like the basic tenant of retail states Double it plus ten percent. In other words when you read a revue of a band, movie, book whatever you subtract what the revuer said by fifty percent with a ten percent variable.
Simple math.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 4:06 PM

4:06 is on some "genuinely crazy" type shit.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 4:23 PM

math. how does that work?

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 4:26 PM

math=magnets

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 4:30 PM

MEHthew Dear

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 4:38 PM

I stopped reading pitchfork after they kept sucking the The Go! Team's flaccid dick. They can really hype some bullshit.

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 6:57 PM

I've never understood the Pitchfork backlash...
I don't trust their taste in music, but if I read one of their reviews and the band sounds like something I would like then I'll give them a listen.....It's a great site for news too

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 7:40 PM

WE ARE ALL ARGUING ABOUT PITCHFORK

Posted by Anonymous | October 14, 2010 8:47 PM

CMJ showcases

BV>Fader>Pitchfork

Posted by Anonymous | October 15, 2010 11:53 AM

Titus added to Saturday!

Posted by Anonymous | October 16, 2010 1:07 PM

ANYBODY KNOW THE set times for the Thursday show?

Posted by Anonymous | October 20, 2010 3:15 PM

12:00 a.m. Dave Sitek/Maximum Balloon (DJ set)
10:00 p.m. Surfer Blood
09:00 p.m. Wild Nothing
08:00 p.m. Gold Panda
07:15 p.m. Small Black
06:30 p.m. Beach Fossils
05:45 p.m. Times New Viking
05:00 p.m. DOM
04:15 p.m. Lower Dens
03:30 p.m. Dent May
02:45 p.m. Dominique Young Unique
02:00 p.m. Keepaway

Friday, October 22 (Buy tickets here)

02:00 a.m. Hood Internet (DJ set)
12:30 a.m. Avey Tare (DJ set)
11:30 p.m. Zola Jesus
10:30 p.m. Deradoorian
09:30 p.m. Glasser
08:30 p.m. How to Dress Well
07:30 p.m. Tanlines
06:30 p.m. Baths
05:45 p.m. Marnie Stern
05:00 p.m. Cloud Nothings
04:15 p.m. Candy Claws
03:30 p.m. Sun Airway
02:45 p.m. Andrew Cedermark
02:00 p.m. Big Troubles

Saturday, October 23 (Buy tickets here)

Fool's Gold 3rd Anniversary Party (presented by Scion):
02:50 a.m. Kingdom
02:30 a.m. Araabmuzik
01:50 a.m. A-Trak
01:30 a.m. CyHi Da Prince
01:10 a.m. Donnis
12:40 a.m. The Suzan
12:00 a.m. Treasure Fingers

10:30 p.m. Titus Andronicus
09:30 p.m. Freddie Gibbs
08:30 p.m. Matthew Dear
07:15 p.m. The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
06:30 p.m. Ty Segall
05:45 p.m. Javelin
05:00 p.m. Active Child
04:15 p.m. Cults
03:30 p.m. Diamond Rings
02:45 p.m. Highlife
02:00 p.m. Lord Huron

Posted by Anonymous | October 20, 2010 3:21 PM

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