Yuck, Eagulls, Courtney Barnett to play NME showcase at CMJ

The five day long new music showcase is set to take over the Big Apple

Yuck, Eagulls, Courtney Barnett to play NME showcase at CMJ

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Yuck, Eagulls, and Courtney Barnett are just some of the new acts lined up to play NME's annual showcase at the CMJ Music Marathon in New York.

This year, we've teamed up with Hate Hate Hate Records (home to Loom and The Wytches) for our annual bash, which will take place next Wednesday (October 16) at Glasslands, Brooklyn.

The confirmed line-up and stage times are:

Yuck 12am
Eagulls 11pm
Courtney Barnett 10.15pm
Porcelain Raft 9.30pm
Theo Verney 8.45pm


CMJ Music Marathon is the city's biggest new band showcase festival, with thousands of acts playing gigs. For a comprehensive review of all the best new bands Radar checked out at the festival, pick up a copy of NME on October 23.

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