Phoenix, GZA, UNKLE added to CMJ 2010 line-up

Acts will join the likes of The Drums, Surfer Blood and Two Door Cinema Club at the New York event

Phoenix, GZA, UNKLE added to CMJ 2010 line-up

Photo: Andy Willsher

Phoenix, GZA and UNKLE are among the acts who have been added to the line-up for this year's CMJ Music Marathon in New York.

The event will take place at various venues throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn on October 19-23.

Other new additions to the bill include The Pains At Being Pure At Heart, Blood Red Shoes and Black Label Society, who join the likes of The Drums, Surfer Blood and Two Door Cinema Club, who were confirmed to appear last month.

For more information, visit CMJ2010.com.

The line-up for this year's CMJ Music Marathon includes the following:

Phoenix
GZA
UNKLE
Ghostface Killah
Surfer Blood
Two Door Cinema Club
The Drums
Neon Indian
Black Sheep
The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart
School of Seven Bells
Four Tet
Das Racist
John Vanderslice
Corin Tucker Band
Freddie Gibbs
Cults
Pharoahe Monch
Prince Rama
Avey Tare (DJ set)
Deakin
Wild Nothing
Beach Fossils

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