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Northside Festival 2012 Mixtape

Posted on: June 14, 2012

Northside Festival 2012

Today marks the beginning of the 4th annual Northside Festival in Brooklyn.  Northside clearly models itself after SXSW, with hundreds of events running in parallel and overt efforts to blend art and entrepreneurship.  Mostly, however, it’s a kick-ass music festival.  With 250 bands playing over a 4-day stretch, it’s easy for the everyday fan to get overwhelmed.  Thankfully, Frontier Psychiatrist is here to guide you toward some of the festival’s most exciting artists.  Take a stroll through our Northside Festival 2012 mixtape and see what you like; you can stream songs individually below or download the whole thing here.

1. Daughn Gibson – “In The Beginning” (playing Cameo Gallery 6/14)

2. Lushlife – “Big Sur” (playing Brooklyn Bowl 6/14)

3. Eternal Summers – “Millions” (playing The Knitting Factory 6/14)

4. Dustin Wong – “Pink Diamond”  (playing Public Assembly 6/14)

5. Frankie Rose – “Know Me” (playing Music Hall of Williamsburg 6/15)

6. Big Baby Gandhi feat. Fat Tony – “Lurkin” (playing Glasslands Gallery 6/16)

7. Ceremony – “Hysteria” (playing Warsaw 6/14)

8. Zambri – “Hundred Hearts” (playing Spike Hill 6/15)

9. Royal Headache – “Girls” (playing Warsaw 6/14)

10. Ice Choir – “Teletrips” (playing Spike Hill 6/15)

11. Gap Dream – “Scary Dennis” (playing The Knitting Factory 6/16)

12. Beach Fossils – “Shallow” (playing The Heineken Stage at McCarren Park 6/15)

13. Exitmusic – “The Sea” (playing Brooklyn Bowl 6/16)

Northside Festival runs from June 14-21 in Williamsburg & Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

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