October 17, 2008 21:22

Studio at Webster Hall unveils free CMJ show schedule

Crystal Stilts, Amazing Baby, Friendly Fires will perform

Studio at Webster Hall unveils free CMJ show schedule
The schedule has been unveiled for next week’s entirely free show series at brand new venue The Studio at Webster Hall in New York.

Amazing Baby, Crystal Stilts, Ponytail and Friendly Fires will all perform at the 300 capacity venue, situated in the Webster Hall building near Union Square.

The schedule is:

Tuesday October 21
8pm: Friendly Fires (DJ Set) / Tigercity / Awesome New Republic_w/ a special performance by Reggie Watts

Midnight : Crystal Stilts / Ponytail / Marnie Stern + Special Guests (Stereogum CMJ Afterparty)

Wednesday October 22
8pm: Death Vessel / Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson / Jealous Girlfriends / Home Video /_Micachu & the Shapes

Midnight : Krallice / Vried (Vice Late Night Party)

Thursday October 23
7pm: UK Showcase: Bring on the Brits!
Unkle Bob / Lucky Soul / Passenger / Shantell Martin / Eugene Francis Jr & the Juniors / The Hosts

Late (Marlin Room): The Carps / Shout Out Out Out Out / Wallpaper / Classixx (DJ Set)

Late: Japanese Motors / Amazing Baby (Vice Late Night Party)

Friday October 24
8pm: Young Love / Chester French / Lissy Trullie / Young Lords / Dri

Midnight: Night Horse/ Monotonix (Vice Late Night Party)

Saturday October 25
2PM: BM Linx / Project Jenny, Project Jan / Hollerado / Bryan Scary & the Shredding Tears /
Via Audio / The Subjects

9 PM: Preacher and the Knife / Apache Beat / Dragons of Zynth / Freshkills

The official opening of The Studio will take place November 8, stay tuned to NME.COM for details of the opening night acts.

--By our New York staff.
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