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CMJ: they don’t call it a music marathon for nothing, y’know. an insane number of bands will descend on NYC next week for the annual five-day non-stop assault of shows and showcases. With them comes an even larger number of music lovers, who spend most of their time trying to work out how to make a connection from the F train to the L train in order to make it to Williamsburg for that next awesome gig. even if you live here, trying to keep track of who’s on where, and when best to catch the artists you’ve got circled on your schedule with “MUST SEE” in thick magic marker, can be kinda confusing.
So if negotiating the official schedule’s iPhone text conversation layout is giving you as much of a headache as it gave us, then rejoice! Here’s the Flavorpill guide to what you really should be seeing this time around, whether you want to follow the CMJ tradition of racing around town to see as many bands as possible, or just pick one great showcase where you can settle in for the night. We’ve also included helpful links to where we’ve talked about these bands in the past (we told you so) and commentary from our highly learned team of musical experts.
Tuesday October 18
Zola Jesus (credit: Angel Ceballos)
If you want to charge around town like a lunatic…
Titus AndronicusGlasslands, 9pmRead Titus Andronicus guitarist Amy Klein’s epic tale of the band’s time at Coachella here.
The GratesCake Shop, 9pmExuberant Australian two-piece whose sound falls into Yeah Yeah Yeahs territory.
Zola JesusKnitting Factory, 9:30pmNika Danilova tells our resident witch house expert Russ Marshalek about the films that inspired her latest album Conatus right here.
Cerebral Ballzy Music Hall of Williamsburg, 10:20pmCheck out Cerebral Ballzy’s appearance in the Flavorpill Fix from last October.
Wild Flag Bowery Ballroom, 10:30pmWe nominated Wild Flag’s self-titled debut as one of our albums you needed to hear in September. We hope you’ve followed our advice by now, because it rocks.
The Duke Spirit Brooklyn Bowl, 11pmLiela Moss is a fine frontwoman, y’know. and the music’s not bad, either.
Teen Daze Pianos, 11:30pm
The Death Set Studio at Webster Hall, 11:50pm
Class Actress Public Assembly, Brooklyn, 1amCheck out our write-up on Class Actress from last year as one of a selection of new women in music for your iPod.
If you just want to stay in one place all night..
Afro-Punk “Death to Hip Hop” Showcase Death, Cerebral Ballzy, Ninjasonik, Jersey Klan, DJ Stack-Aly Music Hall of Williamsburg, 8pm-2am
Carpark/Paw Tracks Showcase Class Actress, Dent May, Cloud Nothings, Young Magic, Adventure, Jimmy Whispers Public Assembly, 8:20pm-2amLots of great bands here to kick off your CMJ, but of particular interest is the longtime Brooklyn fixture Class Actress, who played our SXSW showcase this year and, on the heels of her first long-player, will hopefully have updated her Madonna-circa true Blue-meets-burlesque stage show to reflect the glistening charm of her new tunes. (RM)
Stereogum/PopGun ShowcaseTitus Andronicus, Delicate Steve, Chelsea Wolfe, mr. Dream, Cuckoo Chaos, Hollerado Glasslands, from 8pm
As new Yorkers gear up for the annual CMJ Music Festival in new York City, all ears are turned towards the tech industry.
For this year, CMJ tapped Cantora Labs, a yet-to-launch startup incubator, to be the official curators of the week long event. Cantora Labs is the brainchild of the gents behind Cantora Records, the label that launched MGMT, Francis & the Lights, Savoir Adore and Bear Hands. Cantora Labs is a “tech startup incubator,” a “collaborative music workspace”, a “new music industry,”– just don’t call it a record label.
To kick off the week, Cantora Labs is throwing a two night party at the Thompson LES Hotel that bridges Music & Tech Startups. Among the startups that are involved and showing off some of their awesome music technology are Spotify, Turntable.fm, Soundcloud, FanBridge, exfm, 8Tracks, Sonic notify and Plus Music.
“We thought it made a lot of sense to celebrate the best new technologies in music so we planned a fully integrated event where using tech in realtime will enhance the experience for everything,” says Will Griggs, one of the founders of Cantora Labs.
Cantora Labs will release an app with Sonic Notify for CMJ called the smartlounge app, which provides those who download it with entrance to the event and notifications updated in realtime via an audio frequency so that users can stay hip to concerts, parties, giveaways and drink specials happening throughout the week.
Everyone at the party will be hooked up with a temporary Spotify premium accounts so they can receive the Spotify playlists being played at the party. and Cantora Labs is teaming up with SoundCloud and Gobbler to record the live music from the event that will then be uploaded to SoundCloud to listen to after the party.
“We’re not making it a tech event but throwing a big party where tech makes the party better,” says Griggs.
There will be interactive turntable.fm DJ sets from Ayad of Passion Pit, Nancy from LCD Soundsystem, Amrit from Stereogum, Andy Rourke of the Smiths, Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures, Talib Kweli and Naveen Selvadurai of Foursquare.
The lineup for the two evenings is as follows. Download the app here to RSVP.
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2011 marks ATG’s first foray into the typhoon of CMJ showcases that sweeps new York City every year. but as psyched as we are to see all the bands playing our show tonight — details here — there are plenty of other up-and-coming bands playing this week that we’ll be checking out. besides, isn’t that what CMJ is for? We’ve included a few for your listening pleasure below. You can see where these and others are playing this week HERE.
STREAM: Active Child – “She Was a Vision”
STREAM: Chad Valley – “Shell Suite”
DOWNLOAD: Class Actress – “Weekend”
DOWNLOAD: EMA – “Milkman”
STREAM: Fort Lean – “High Definition”
STREAM: French Horn Rebellion – “This Moment”
STREAM: Gotye – “Somebody that I Used to Know (Feat. Kimbra)”
DOWNLOAD: Guards – “Resolution of One”
STREAM: Secret Music – “T.O.Y.S.”
DOWNLOAD: Wise Blood – “Nosferatu”