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Pelican, Aksumite, Ringworm, Sannhet, Kings Destroy & more played Invisible Oranges’ 2-night CMJ showcase (pics, video)

photos by Caroline Harrison; words by Doug Moore

Pelican / Aksumite at IO CMJ @ Saint Vitus, 10/17/2013

Invisible Oranges threw two sold-out CMJ bashes last week — the first (10/17) featured HASJ, Aksumite, Primitive Man, Ringworm, and Pelican on Thursday (10/17), while the second spotlit Pyrrhon, Phantom Glue, Wreck & Reference, Kings Destroy, Sannhet, and Pelican (again) on Friday (10/18, right after the BV day party). We also had an late-night afterparty show  on Friday featuring Flown, Aksumite, Phantom Glue, and Ramming Speed.

We’ve got a huge collection of pictures and video of all three shows over at Invisible Oranges. You can scope out some of the pics and vids in this post from both our official showcase and head to IO for the full collection.

More pics, and video, below…

HASJ (10/17)

Aksumite (10/17)

Primitive Man (10/17)

Ringworm (10/17)

Pelican (10/17)

Pyrrhon (10/18)

Phantom Glue (10/18)

Wreck and Reference (10/18)

Kings Destroy (10/18)

Sannhet (10/18)


Ramming Speed

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