MUSIC NEWS: NO SLEEP RECORDS ANNOUNCES FREE CMJ EXCLUSIVE VINYL SAMPLER FOR SHOWCASE ATTENDEES

Huntington Beach independent label No Sleep Records is headed to New York later this month for the CMJ Music Marathon to kick off their second annual CMJ Showcase dubbed "No Sleep till CMJ II," which is co-presented with BrooklynVegan.com. The event will take place on October 21st from 6PM till whenever at The Paper Box (17 Meadow St, Brooklyn, NY 11206) in Brooklyn, NY and will feature headliner John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday) along with '68, Chris Farren (Fake Problems), Xerxes, The Felix Culpa, Aviator, Run Forever, Rescuer, In Between, Foreign Tongues and Maps For Travelers.
 
No Sleep has announced today that they will be giving away free swag to fans who show up early, including a CMJ exclusive 12" vinyl sampler (limited to 150 copies!) that features new and unreleased songs from the label's family of bands. The record includes music from the likes of '68, Chris Farren, Xerxes, Major League, Moose Blood, Run Forever, Lee Corey Oswald among others. Full tracklisting is below. The CMJ
 
Attending fans will also have the chance to win a No Sleep 2014 Vinyl Subscription, an Orbit Basic Turntable from U-Turn Audio, a Gift Certificate from Keep Company and a Snowboard and Outfits from Glamour Kills.
 
Don't miss out on one of CMJ Music Marathon's most anticipated shows. Arrive early and get free stuff!

 
No Sleep Records' CMJ Exclusive 12" Vinyl Sampler Track List:
Side A
01. '68 - Three Is A Crowd
02.  Chris Farren - Eagle Eyes
03. Xerxes - Chestnut Street
04.  The Felix Culpa - Locked Groove 78**
05. Aviator - Untitled**
06. Run Forever - Lost The Feeling
07. Rescuer - Smile**
08. In Between - Locustvale
09. Foreign Tongues - Luxury
 
Side B
10. Maps For Travelers - Good Life
11. Seasons Change - Hope This Stains
12. Major League - Pillow Talk
13. Old Lines - Traps
14. Moose Blood - Anyway
15. Puig Destroyer - Mike Trout
16. Grey Gordon - Target
17. Lee Corey Oswald - Progress


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