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CMJ 2015 initial artist lineup
CMJ 2015 initial artist lineup
The 2015 CMJ Music Marathon happens from October 13-17, and today the initial list of artists was revealed. A bunch of these are NYC shows we've posted about (browse our "CMJ" tag), but highlights include Car Seat Headrest, Cheatahs, Destruction Unit, Dent May, Dilly Dally, Doomsquad, Drinks, Eternal Summers, Evans the Death, Ex Hex, Expert Alterations, Ezra Furman, Frankie Cosmos, Hooton Tennis Club, Kamasi Washington, Kero Kero Bonito, Mercury Rev, Nai Harvest, Neon Indian, Panda Bear, Perfect Pussy, Protomartyr, S, Shannon and the Clams, Slim Twig, Stealing Sheep, The Album Leaf, The Dirty Nil, The Men, The Wonder Years, Titus Andronicus and Wil...
Dirty Ghosts releasing ‘Cataract’ EP on Burger featuring remixes by Mikey Young & Tobacco (listen); LP #2 this fall
Dirty Ghosts releasing ‘Cataract’ EP on Burger featuring remixes by Mikey Young & Tobacco (listen); LP #2 this fall
San Francisco's Dirty Ghosts will release their long-in-in-the-works sophomore album, Let It Pretend, this fall via Last Gang. It follows 2012's Metal Moon, which main songwriter Allyson Baker made with then-husband Aesop R...
Treasure Island Music Festival 2012 line-up (M83, The xx, Joanna Newsom, SBTRKT, Divine Fits, Public Enemy & more)
Treasure Island Music Festival 2012 line-up (M83, The xx, Joanna Newsom, SBTRKT, Divine Fits, Public Enemy & more)
The Treasure Island Music Festival returns to San Francisco on October 13 and 14, featuring an impressive line-up including The xx, M83, Joanna Newsom, Grimes, Public Enemy, SBTRKT, Divine Fits (who just played their first-ever show last night), Ty Segall, The War on Drugs, Youth Lagoon Toro y Moi, Best Coast and more...
Feist, Stephen Malkmus, The Hold Steady and lots more playing Calgary’s Sled Island Festival (full line-up)
Feist, Stephen Malkmus, The Hold Steady and lots more playing Calgary’s Sled Island Festival (full line-up)
The 2012 edition of Calgary, Alberta festival Sled Island is set to take place from June 20-23 at venues throughout the city. This year includes over 200 bands performing at 30 venues plus a large comedy schedule, film screenings, and art shows...

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