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Don Giovanni Fest This February 2014

It’s a tradition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The first big music Festival of 2014 is the Don Giovanni Records Showcase, a three day extravaganza wherein rock nyc’s favorite independent label shows off its biggest stars with one terrific set after another. I don’t believe they will ever improve on February 2012 where the day Whitney Houston died, For science played their reunion gig and were spellbindingly brilliant.

But then there was 2010, a sort of coming out party for Screaming Females who closed the night at Bowery Ballroom. Any way there is always something and I plan to go on February 7th, the more mainstream of the three nights. Why? because Shellshag are playing and Shellshag are the proud owners of one of the best albums of 2013, the awesome Shellshag Forever, which I haven’t listened to in awhile and still sounds completely terrific. Also. Laura Stevenson is the final performer, so yeah, that’s my choice.

Also: if Joe gave me an Don Iman Festival this is what I would do:

Screaming Females

For Science

Shellshag

Laura Stevenson

The Groucho Marxists

Modern Hut

But this is what we are getting:

Feb 6th, 2014
at 285 Kent
$12
Tenement
Night Birds
Vacation
Nuclear Santa Claust
The Groucho Marxists

Feb. 7th, 2014
Music Hall of Williamsburg
$14/$16
Laura Stevenson
Shellshag
Upset
Nude Beach
Worriers

Feb. 8th, 2014
Music Hall of Williamsburg
$14/$16
Screaming Females
California X
Brick Mower
Priests
Black Wine

Also, I really like Black Wine.

Ticketmaster have the MHOW tix, Ticketfly handle the dreaded 285 Kent

 

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