Posted in music | tour dates on October 11, 2012

Die! Die! Die!
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Like in past years, New Zealand is being represented at CMJ with a kickoff party at Le Poisson Rouge on October 16. The lineup includes Six60, Die! Die! Die!, Ghost Wave, Popstrangers, Lawrence Arabia and Tom Lark. That show is totally free to the public and will stream live at LPR's Concert Window beginning at 6 PM but you do need to RSVP (just email: Pamela@themusebox.net).

Noise punks Die! Die! Die!, who have recorded for a number of labels incuding Flying Nun, also play Death by Audio on October 17 with Roomrunner and a secret guest (not an official CMJ show). More CMJ shows for them will be announced soon. Their new album, Harmony, is due out November 9 via Golden Antenna. You can stream it in its entirety below.

Indie rockers Popstrangers also play the Carpark/Paw Tracks showcase at Cameo on October 18 with Prince Rama, Young Magic, Dent May, Dog Bite, Montag, and Adventure.

Ghost Wave have a few other CMJ shows, including SESAC showcase at Cake Shop on October 17 with ZZZ's, Hussle Club, I.R.O.K., Punks on Mars, Pyschobuildings, Half Undressed, Communist Daughter, and Blessed Feathers (free); and the Flowerbooking showcase at Knitting Factory on October 19 with Unicorn Kid, Ki Theory, Devin, Talk Normal, and CIties Aviv.

In other New Zealand artists playing CMJ news, as mentioned, Gotye collaborator Kimbra plays Webster Hall on October 19 and 20 with The Stepkids. Both shows are sold out, some CMJ badges will be accepted on at the 10/19 show.

Former Mint Chick Kody Nielson's (whose brother Ruban fronts Unknown Mortal Orchestra) project, Opossom has a few CMJ shows scheduled too. He'll play the Team Cleremont showcase at Union Pool on October 17 with Twin Tigers, Fantasmas, Grape Soda, and Koko Beware; the Wild Honey Pie showcase at Matchless on October 18 with Body Language, Devin, Donora, Echo Friendly, and Night Panther; the Windish showcase at Pianos on October 18 with Flume, American Royalty, Labyrinth Ear, The Luyas, Ape School, Duologue, and Moon King; and the Bowery Presents day party at Pianos on October 20 with The Orwells, Foxygen, Born Ruffians, Little Green Cars, Ava Luna, J. Thoven, San Cisco, Sky Ferreira, Murals, Zulu Pearls, and Blessed Feathers.

After CMJ, Opossom will be sticking around for more shows in NYC including the previousyl discussed show at Pianos (10/24) with Big Scary and Time Travelers and another at Cameo Gallery (10/26). Tickets for the Piano show and the Cameo show are available.

Some song stream and a video are below.

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Lawrence Arabia - "Traveling Shoes"

Die! Die! Die! - Harmony

Die! Die! Die! - "We Built Our Own Opressors"

Popstrangers - "In Some Ways"

Tom Lark - "Give You All My Lovin'"

Opossom - "Getaway Tonight"

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Comments (12)

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Posted by Anonymous | October 11, 2012 10:53 AM

Just wanted to note that Fantasmes won't be playing at the Opossom show at Union Pool, but Matthew E. White will be.

Posted by Shil | October 11, 2012 1:28 PM

I love it when hipsters expose their racism. Lucky for yous your behind a computer screen anonymous. Enjoy your privlieges!

Posted by Tobikat | November 23, 2012 12:21 PM

Just wanted to note that Fantasmes won't be playing at the Opossom show at Union Pool, but Matthew E. White will be.

Posted by deeam | December 2, 2012 3:07 PM

Thanks you very much for sharing these links. Will definitely check this out..

Posted by Water Damage | December 19, 2012 12:52 PM

This is a well-written article. Very interesting and insightful. Thanks for sharing it with us. Excellent work.

Posted by tablas para picar | January 7, 2013 5:41 PM

I love it when hipsters expose their racism. Lucky for yous your behind a computer screen anonymous. Enjoy your privlieges!

Posted by cn arabic | January 21, 2013 10:13 AM

kind of reminds me of thin lizzy's die die die my darling- good song

Posted by Deerfield Beach CPA | January 21, 2013 12:29 PM

This band is great live and on record. Haters to the left, as my main man Kenneth Parcells would say.

Posted by Gnagen | January 21, 2013 3:45 PM

This band is great live and on record. Haters to the left, as my main man Kenneth Parcells would say.

Posted by Gnagen | January 21, 2013 3:46 PM

We recorded this, it will be up in a few days.

Posted by cartoon network arabic | March 13, 2013 8:15 PM

I'm dying to see a show, I follow the good work of them for some time, but have not seen them live, but I'll see soon!

Posted by Auto | May 21, 2013 10:44 PM

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