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CMJ 2015 Night 4: ATO Records Showcase w/ Thunderbitch + The Word

On the fourth night of CMJ, I made my way to Knitting Factory to see Thunderbitch as had every other photographer and blogger, then dropped by Webster Hall to hear The Word.

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CMJ 2015 Night 3: John Grant at Rough Trade + Quilt and Dungen at Baby’s

With a lengthy second night of CMJ behind me, on the third night, I took it more relaxed and caught full sets from John Grant and Quilt.

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CMJ 2015 Night 1: Christopher Paul Stelling + Lawrence & More from Webster Hall

I ended my first night of CMJ with Christopher Paul Stelling as I knew it would be a strong show but before that I was pleasantly surprised by one act.

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CMJ 2011: Purity Ring + Gauntlet Hair + Electric Guest

The Windish Agency showcase brought electro-pop wunderkinds Purity Ring, perhaps the finest new band CMJ 2011 has to offer, to the stage, along with a nicely eclectic roster of other acts.

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CMJ 2011: EMA + Marques Toliver + Alabama Shakes + Dry the River + Lydia

The High Road Touring Showcase at Bowery Ballroom let EMA's scuzzy grandeur shine, buoyed by a showstopping performance from soulful Alabama Shakes and an engaging set by Marques Toliver.

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CMJ 2011 Day 2: Little Red + Cloud Nothings + Exit Music

Showcase offers viewpoints prevalent in today’s music scene with varying success. Little Red, Cloud Nothings and Exitmusic at Pianos on 10/19.

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CMJ 2011 Day 2: Tanlines + King Krule + Little Red + Teengirl Fantasy

The True Panther Sounds / PopGun showcase displayed a wide range of talents, from Tanlines's emotive synth-pop, to Teengirl Fantasy's epic house revival, to King Krule's street-smart guitar-pop.

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CMJ 2010: The Aikiu + Sky Larkin + Sherlocks Daughter + Arpline

For those willing to make it out to the Bell House in Gowanus, and there weren't many, a nice mix of bands awaited.

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4 Nov 2008 // 9:00 PM

CMJ Music Marathon 2008: From Top Draw to Taco Bell

Whether they were looking for a quick blast of blog action or a record deal, over 1,000 bands poured into New York City looking for that elusive ounce of praise that could elevate them from a gaggle of fans to the Gossip Girl soundtrack. Here are the best 20 and the worst 10 artists.

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Words and Pictures by John Bohannon

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Words and Pictures by John Bohannon

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Words and Pictures by John Bohannon

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Words and Pictures by John Bohannon

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Words and Pictures by Thomas Hauner

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27 Oct 2008 // 7:47 AM

Words and Pictures by Steve Stirling

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27 Oct 2008 // 7:42 AM

Words and Pictures by Steve Stirling

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27 Oct 2008 // 7:37 AM

Words and Pictures by Steve Stirling

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Words by Vijith Assar

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Words by Vijith Assar

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Words by Vijith Assar

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Violin Virtuoso L. Subramaniam Mesmerizes in Rare New York Performance (Photos)

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"Co-presented by the World Music Institute, the 92Y hosted a rare and mesmerizing performance from India's violin virtuoso L. Subramaniam.

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