Tag: Don Giovanni Records

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The New Alternative Music Festival

Every music festival these days is full of overwhelming corporate sponsorship. From the overbearing billboard displaying some awful mass market beer to catching Coldplay in the Nabisco tent, it’s hard to take anything important that these people say seriously. When someone gets on stage at Bonnaroo and rants about politics or social issues, it’s a bit hypocritical to say the least. […]

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Melodic Tonic, vol. 23

Melodic Tonic, vol. 23

Happy Monday, and welcome to this month’s first serving of fresh, new music singles! Maybe being worn out from last weekend’s festivities explains why we’re craving some chiller tunes. Or maybe it’s just the changing weather… whatever it is, today we’ve got several downtempo cocktails to ease you into the week. Let’s start with a trio of American artists before venturing abroad. Painted Zeros – “Only […]

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Concert Revue: Screaming Females ‘Rose Mountain’ Release Show

Concert Revue: Screaming Females ‘Rose Mountain’ Release Show

Screaming Females have been one of our favorite bands to cover on The Revue, and we were stoked to be invited to their Rose Mountain record release show in Brooklyn this past weekend. It was the first of two sold-out shows at The Knitting Factory. Both had a fantastic Don Giovanni Records Showcase lineup of Vacation, Tenement, Priests, and Screaming […]

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Screaming Females – “Rose Mountain”

Screaming Females – “Rose Mountain”

New Jersey trio Screaming Females have been synonymous with energetic punk-rock for years. That made it quite surprising when the trio dropped their first single off of Rose Mountain, “Wishing Well”, which sounded more 60’s R&B than anything you’d hear at one of their epic shows. Rose Mountain sounds different, it’s impressive to hear how much the band was able […]

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