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Set Times For The Audio Perv & USvsTHEM Official CMJ Showcase Tomorrow 10/18!

October 17, 2012 The Audio Perv 3

Ah, it’s ALMOST here! Tomorrow, Thursday October 18th, we’ll be partying with our friends USvsTHEM with 10 GREAT bands at the Bowery Electric! To help get you all settled early, we’re going to have FREE BEER from 7pm to 8pm! How can we make the night even better? Our friends over at Move On, MS: Keeping You Moving Against Multiple Sclerosis will be raffling off a ton of awesome swag from a My Chemical Romance signed guitar to free …

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CMJ Spotlight: Rah Rah

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Rah Rah have released their new album The Poet’s Dead digitally earlier this month on Hidden Pony Records. This coming Tuesday October 22nd, you can get your hands on the physical copy. While you wait, grab a free download of “I Could Tell You I’m Sorry” here and watch their video for “Prairie Girl” below.

Next week, Rah Rah will be playing the CMJ festival including our OFFICIAL showcase with USvsTHEM and Move On, MS.

Oct 18 @ Bowery

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The Audio Perv and USvsTHEM Official CMJ Showcase Thursday 10/18 At The Bowery Electric

September 21, 2012 The Audio Perv 1

We’re so excited today to be announcing our OFFICIAL CMJ showcase with USvsTHEM! They work with some of the coolest bands we know and we just knew that they would be our PERFECT partners for our CMJ show this year. Everything will go down on Thursday, October 18th at 6:30pm at the Bowery Electric. Tickets are $10 or free for CMJ badges.

We’re thrilled to also be presenting this show with Move On, MS: Keeping You Moving …

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Peelander-Z 10/22 Bowery Poetry Club CMJ Photos

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One of the most exciting shows you can go to is a Peelander-Z show. They have outrageous clothes, monsters, hot schoolgirls, and are likely to climb all over the place. On Saturday, they played the Bowery Poetry Club as part of this year’s CMJ Festival. Our photographer Tommy Ottley was there to get some great shots of the band.

Check them out inside.

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Tony Mott and Australia’s Cameras and Guineafowl Tune Into CMJ

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Written by Tina Benitez, Photos by Patrick Eves

“I’m a rock ‘n’ roll photographer, which is a strange thing to be,” said Tony Mott. Mott’s shot of the Divinyl’s singer Chissie Amphlett taken during one of the band’s residency shows at Sydney’s Picadilly Hotel in the early ’80s was selected for their tour poster (with a $20 pay off) changing everything for the former hotel chef. Today, Mott has rock stories that could fill a book—and he has. …

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CMJ Spotlight: Recover (Playing Studio At Webster Hall Thursday 10/20)

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In what’s become a “festival” where bloggers and companies are focused on featuring indie/experimental hipster rock bands, it’s difficult to find some good alternative hard rock music at CMJ. This Thursday at the Studio at Webster Hall, the artist management company Fenway Recordings celebrates their 10th anniversary. Not only does Fenway Recordings turn 10 years old but so does the acclaimed post-hardcore alternative rock band Recover’s first album Rodeo & Picasso. Rodeo & Picasso was released in 2001 …

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CMJ Spotlight: Cassettes Won’t Listen

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Cassettes Won’t Listen is the brainchild of Los Angeles-based, multi-instrumentalist and producer Jason Drake. A partner and previous director of marketing for famed indie hip-hop record label, Definitive Jux, Jason relocated from Brooklyn to Los Angeles in 2009 to record his latest solo record, EVINSPACEY. A follow up to his 2008 release, Small-Time Machine, CWL’s newest project is a synth/sample-driven record showcasing Jason’s contemplative and melodic vocals while experimenting with dark and otherworldly themes of travel, distance and despondency. Three …

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CMJ Spotlight: Caveman

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For Caveman, the last year and half have been a whirlwind. Formed in New York back in January of 2010, the band has gone from relative unknowns to opening for Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes, White Rabbits, Here We Go Magic, Cursive, Wye Oak and Yuck in a little under a year. Listening to CoCo Beware, it’s easy to see why the band has garnered so much attention in such a short period of time. Recorded and produced …

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CMJ Spotlight: Lightouts

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We could tell you a story that a want ad lead to NYC music scene vet Greg Nelson joining Gavin Rhodes in forming the band Lightouts but you wouldn’t believe us. We’re not joking, it’s true. Gavin Rhodes was looking for “Robert Smith/Emily Haines” but he received far more when Nelson joined his band. Together, as Lightouts, the duo have drawn comparisons from everyone from The Hold Steady to Surfer Blood. Take a listen to a few songs below …