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CMJ 2012: Eternal Summers & Kitty Pryde at Brooklyn Vegan Day Party at Public Assembly

Hawley Dunbar October 20, 2012 CMJ, Concert Reviews, Music No Comments

We stopped by Brooklyn Vegan’s unofficial CMJ party today at Public Assembly in Brooklyn to snag a free tattoo (just kidding, but Three Kings Tattoo Shop were doing them on sight), and catch a couple bands before lining our stomaches with brunch type foods in preparation for the last night of CMJ. We only stayed for Virginia indie rockers Eternal Summers to shred up their mid-day time slot, but heard Hundred Waters did an amazing set just follow.

We also caught the tail end of up and coming Florida-based rapper Kitty Pryde who spent much of her in the crowd and prefacing tracks with adorable squeaks. Take a look a couple of shots we managed to get despite it being rammed.

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One of Sidewalk Hustle's founding members. A fashion adorer, hardcore vintage hunter, who can't get enough of that new indie band that's so-hot-right-now. She also fancies herself a well-crafted cocktail once in a while.

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