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BV Saturday day party in pics & video – part 1 (Marnie Stern, Dominique Young Unique, Heavy Cream, No Joy & more)

most photos by Andrew St. Clair, Jamie Lidell photos by Leia Jospe
videos by Bleary Eyed Brooklyn

Jamie Lidell / Marnie Stern
Jamie Lidell
Marnie Stern

“As a sucker for daytime events, I headed to Williamsburg’s Public Assembly around noon for a show curated by BrooklynVegan. First up (and by “first”, I mean, “the first artist I woke up in time to see”) was Ted Leo. Performing skeletal, solo versions of his Pharmacists material, Ted more than compensated for the sparse arrangements with furious strumming and hilarious banter. It was nice to see an older, established artist opening a free show designed to showcase rising stars; it sort of set the tone for the rest of the day. His hit-heavy set spanned the full-duration of career, touching on high-water marks like “The High Party” and “Bottled in Cork”, and closing with a cover of Euro-dance phenom Robyn‘s “With Every Heartbeat”. This was a perfect set to open the day, and my only recommendation is that the next synth jam he covers be “Chewing Gum”, by Annie…

…Closing the show, metal prodigy Marnie Stern dominated stage two, directly opposite neo-funkster Jamie Lidell headlining the main room. While she reveled in the loose atmosphere, dropping hilariously lewd stage banter and slamming PBR’s, Lidell tried a throwback set reflecting his early, robotic Warp Records catalog.” [MTV Music Blog]

Thanks again to everyone for an amazing extended CMJ weekend that started Thursday night at Music Hall of Williamsburg, continued Friday afternoon at Public Assembly followed by a loft party followed by the free Converse-presented show at Public Assembly on Saturday afternoon, 10/23 (the subject of this post), and which ended on a high, and heavy, note at Union Pool later that night.

Hopefully you got there early on Saturday to catch Morning Teleportation who went on when we opened the doors around noon. If so, you may have also grabbed one of the free EarPeace earplugs we gave out, and grabbed a free V-Spot empanada. Hopefully you also had your fill of the free Firefly Vodka + Bourbon and Magic Hat beer we were giving out, snacked on free Raw Revolution bars, bought a free t-shirt or poster for charity (email if you still want one – we have more left). If you weren’t there, maybe you caught the live stream (if we can ever make it available for podcast, I will let you know).

Thanks to Line 6 and Vinny’s Music for providing gear. Thanks to Vinnie’s Pizza for helping feed our bands!

Speaking of the bands, hopefully Titus Andronicus‘s short set didn’t bum you out. And if it did, hopefully Big Freedia cheered you right back up.

Like for the Friday party, there are two sets of pictures for this one. The second one is on its way. The first one, along with a bunch of videos, continues below…

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The date: Saturday, October 23rd, 2010
The time: noon-6pm
The place: Public Assembly (70 North 6th St)
the bands:

STAGE 1
12:00 Morning Teleportation
01:00 Ted Leo (solo)
01:45 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.
02:30 Wild Nothing
03:15 Titus Andronicus
04:15 Big Freedia
05:00 Jamie Lidell
DJ sets by SUNCELEb

STAGE 2
12:15 Evan Voytas
01:00 S. Carey
01:45 The Crayon Fields
02:30 Heavy Cream
03:15 Dominique Young Unique
04:00 No Joy
04:45 Reggie Watts
05:05 Marnie Stern


Evan Voytas

Evan Voytas

Evan Voytas

Evan Voytas

DJ SUNCELEb

Evan Voytas

Evan Voytas

Evan Voytas

More Evan pics & info HERE.

S. Carey

S. Carey

More S Carey pics & info HERE.

Crayon Fields

Crayon Fields

Crayon Fields

Crayon Fields

Crayon Fields

Crayon Fields

Evan Voytas

Evan Voytas

Evan Voytas

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Heavy Cream

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

dominique Young Unique

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

No Joy

No Joy

No Joy

No Joy

No Joy

No Joy

No Joy

No Joy

No Joy

No Joy

No Joy

Big Freedia

Big Freedia

Big Freedia

Big Freedia

Big Freedia

Big Freedia

Big Freedia

Big Freedia

Big Freedia

Big Freedia

Jamie Lidell

Reggie Watts

Reggie Watts

Reggie Watts

Reggie Watts

Reggie Watts

Jamie Lidell

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Marnie Stern

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell

if you don’t see a band pictured, that’s because it’s coming in part two!

CMJ 2010: Dominique Young Unique performs The World Is Mine at the Brooklyn Vegan/Converse Free Day Party at Public Assembly from BlearyEyedBrooklyn.com on Vimeo.

CMJ 2010: Dominique Young Unique at the Brooklyn Vegan/Converse Free Day Party at Public Assembly from BlearyEyedBrooklyn.com on Vimeo.

CMJ 2010: Dominique Young Unique performs at the Brooklyn Vegan/Converse Free Day Party at Public Assembly from BlearyEyedBrooklyn.com on Vimeo.

CMJ 2010: No Joy performs at the Brooklyn Vegan/Converse Free Day Party at Public Assembly from BlearyEyedBrooklyn.com on Vimeo.

CMJ 2010: Morning Teleportation performs at the Brooklyn Vegan/Converse Free Day Party at Public Assembly from BlearyEyedBrooklyn.com on Vimeo.

CMJ 2010: The Crayons Fields perform at the Brooklyn Vegan/Converse Free Day Party at Public Assembly from BlearyEyedBrooklyn.com on Vimeo.

CMJ 2010: Ted Leo performs at the Brooklyn Vegan/Converse Free Day Party at Public Assembly from BlearyEyedBrooklyn.com on Vimeo.

CMJ 2010: Heavy Cream performs at the Brooklyn Vegan/Converse Free Day Party at Public Assembly from BlearyEyedBrooklyn.com on Vimeo.

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