Today the Listening Booth pays tribute to CMJ, the New York music festival that could’ve, would’ve, should’ve had its 36th annual festival about this week. He takes a look back at the showcases with a music mix of artists over the past 6 years, and updates you on the latest news and rumors surrounding the possible demise of CMJ. Tune in for alt from Ex Hex and Eternal Summers, beats with Serengeti and Dinosaur Feathers, and electro via Active Child and Chrome Sparks. Also hit up info on a few festivals that are actually happening, including the Crossing Border Festival in the Netherlands. Get nostalgic with this mix in the Listening Booth with DJRePete on BTRToday!
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