Club NME nights for CMJ Music Marathon 2009 announced

Two new talent showcase nights - including an extremely special guest - to take place in New York

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NME is set to host two parties as part of this year's CMJ Music Marathon in New York.

There will be two Club NME showcases taking place throughout the week of gigs, the first at BLVD on Tuesday (October 20) followed by Delancey on Thursday (22).

The full line-up and the stage times are as follows:

Tuesday October 20
Doors 6pm
6:15 Ultra Violent Lights
7 Your Nature
7:45 Apache Beat
8:30 Zambri
9:15 Darwin Deez
10 Cymbals Eat Guitars
10:45 Telepathe (DJ Set)
11:45 Golden Silvers
We Are Enfant Terrible DJs between bands

The Delancey,
Thursday October 22
Doors 6pm
6:15 We Are Enfant Terrible
7 Reni Lane
7:45 Suckers
8:30 Yes Giantesss
9:15 Delorean
10 The Antlers
10:45 Bear Hands
11:45 Male Bonding
12:45 Special secret surprise 'x rated' guest

See for more information on this year's event.

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