CMJ Festival 2015 Showcase brought to you by Greenpointers, SuperCrush and CaraBella (10/16)

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As much as we love a good music marathon, it’s getting chilly and we’re feeling like staying local. So for this year’s CMJ Festival we’ve partnered with SuperCrush Studio and CaraBella to put together a showcase right here in Greenpoint.

Join us Friday, October 16, 8PM at Bar Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave.) We’re expecting a hassle free, good time that won’t break the bank!

Check out the line up:

Spritzer comes with”420 friendly” Matt Meade and we expect to get a glimpse of what Consequence of Sound describes as “a riot of sounds, including guitars and drums rumbling against each other in an all-out brawl…”

Tall Juan is, according to Stereogum, “born from the DIY ethics of bedroom acoustics” and will bring us some solid “garage-rock sound.”

There’s something really endearing and nostalgic about Holy Tunics that we love. And it’s not just because they put out a tape for Cassette Store Day. We’re digging this sweet music video for “Clutching the Straw Map to Your Heart.” Awww!

Ben Katzman’s DeGreaser is ” here continue the cult and culture of overtly self-aware rock antics that act completely un-self-conscious, all the while invoking your favorite shredders while having a laugh at the album rock canon as well” says Impose Magazine.

“Brooklyn’s talented modern era troubadors” Winstons recently released their Black Dust EP and we’re looking forward to a live performance of “songs of love, grace, loss, and dust bowels.”

2015 CMJ (Unofficial) Showcase by Greenpointers, SuperCrush, and CaraBella
Friday, October 16, 8PM
Bar Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave.)
$7 to enter
RSVP

Supercrush Studio is “a multi faceted production company on an independent level based in Brooklyn, New York; San Juan, Puerto Rico and Buenos Aires, Argentina. The agency was born out of two friend’s passion for contemporary music and image storytelling.”

CaraBella aspire “to bring all artists from all walks of life together in one room to represent the beauty and culture of Brooklyn.”

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