You are woozy, swaying when (if) standing, you’re starting to see double, and uttering “What?” a lot. Pull it together, pal! It’s your last day at CMJ, and by next Wednesday you’ll be wishing it was today again. Huh? I don’t know, we’re woozy too. Just scroll down one last time to check these must-see suggestions for your last day in sonic paradise.
See the full CMJ 2013 line-up here.
Father John Misty @ Music Hall of Williamburg
Churning, groovy, rustic-pop on Sub Pop, from the former drummer of Fleet Foxes.
Griswolds @ The Delancey
Flower power dance-pop from Sydney, Australia.
Half Moon Run @ Bowery Ballroom
Pretty, dusty folk rock pondering that can sneak up on you.
Heliotropes @ Grand Victory
Sometimes spooky, sometimes fuzzy, but always full-throated indie rock.
Joanna Gruesome @ Rock Shop
Great, trashy fast-shoegaze from the UK, on Slumberland.
Kid Karate @ Knitting Factory
Minimalist fat-riff boogie rock played by two thin, pale lads.
King Dude @ Union Pool
Ink-black, monster-echo, graveyard blues from Seattle.
Little Daylight @ Cameo Gallery
Coy vox, fuzz bass, suburban-epic dance-pop.
Weird Womb @ Piano’s
Canned spaghetti-fed scuzz-punk packing in similarly sweaty broke buds in Brooklyn.
Yuck @ Mercury Lounge
Wonderfully catchy, increasingly romantic bootgaze from London.