1. I Can’t Keep Ihe Tears From Falling, from Nude Beach’s 3rd album, 77. Out October 21st on Don Giovanni Records

  2. Watch Chris Gethard & Mal Blum perform Crying At The Wawa at the record release show for My Comedy Album, which if you don’t have is available on iTunes.

  3. Black Wine is releasing their fourth studio album, Yell Boss on August 12th and you can pre-order it now!

  4. Noun is going on tour next week with Modern Hut. I filmed Noun playing “I Don’t Love Anybody” in her attic and you can watch it here! There is another video of Noun playing “Make Me" in her attic from that same day on our channel, which you should subscribe to if you haven’t yet.

  5. I had the pleasure of visiting Laura Stevenson at her house last week and recording her doing this beautiful cover in her backyard as well as Journey To The Center of The Earth from Wheel.

  6. forgottengrin:

Don Giovanni Records sponsored my mural space in New Brunswick, NJ - a city that has a very special place in my heart. If you’re ever in the neighborhood, it’s on the corner of Somerset St. and Plum St. Thanks to New Brunswick, CoLab, and Don Giovanni Records.

    forgottengrin:

    Don Giovanni Records sponsored my mural space in New Brunswick, NJ - a city that has a very special place in my heart. If you’re ever in the neighborhood, it’s on the corner of Somerset St. and Plum St. Thanks to New Brunswick, CoLab, and Don Giovanni Records.

  7. Worriers shows in July →

    laurenmeasure:

    My band Worriers is playing a few shows in July with Kestrels and Adult Dude. Below are the social media links so you can RSVP if that’s your thing. It will also be John (from Dead Dog, Todd Killings) first shows with us playing guitar. It’s going to get weird.

    Worriers also has a Tumblr that…

  8. I guess what I’m trying to say is that the thing that breaks up bands is the same thing that drives creative work: We’re all working in a system that is inherently flawed. We’re all part of the capitalist structure where we’re being tempted, day in and day out, to give in to totally lame prizes. You can keep going and Adidas will pay for you to be in the background of their lame commercial. Or you can go participate in SXSW and if you’re lucky you’ll be the darling of that year. And a lot of people will take your photo, and maybe that will translate to record sales. You’ll feel good about yourself for a week. There are so many shallow rewards I will never condemn, because I’m a human being who likes to have my picture taken as long as I look good. But we are operating in that context and wondering about the greater picture, and wondering how we can talk to people about the things they’re wondering about when they’re falling asleep, or during their lunch break, or when they’re feeling sad for reasons they can’t understand. I think that’s the environment that Priests operates in. We exist in the contradiction of all of these things. We’re the bastard child of wanting to do the right thing in a world where the right thing doesn’t exist anymore.

    — Katie Alice Greer of Priests in an interview for Wondering Sound

  9. stormshadow-nj:

    from the archives of craigfuyong of the deegees:

    flyer1: 1st stormshadow show! 1st show i put on! i made the flyer!
    flyer 2: ‘right to assemble’ 7” comp release show. fun!
    flyer 3: i put on this show! i made the flyer! look at me!
    flyer 4: on tour w/ the deegees. chuck ragan of hot water music got us this show at the hardback in gainesville. he didn’t know us from adam. just that we were young punks on tour so he helped us. dude is true blue.
    flyer 5: this happened. i was there! i think.
    flyer 6: this was at the court? don’t remember this one too well.
    flyer 7: somebody threw a bass at this show. looking at you dj! wild!
    flyer 8: what time is it? time’s up! mr. nice and queen precise.

  10. dillvers:

after over 10 years of there not being a record store in new brunswick, i am extremely excited for spina records! yesterday and today is the soft opening and the grand opening will be in july! it’s located on 25 easton ave - across the street from efes. follow @spinarecords on instagram for more info!!!! 

Everyone should make a point to visit Spina Records when they are in New Brunswick. The city has been long overdue for a good record store

    dillvers:

    after over 10 years of there not being a record store in new brunswick, i am extremely excited for spina records! yesterday and today is the soft opening and the grand opening will be in july! it’s located on 25 easton ave - across the street from efes. follow @spinarecords on instagram for more info!!!! 

    Everyone should make a point to visit Spina Records when they are in New Brunswick. The city has been long overdue for a good record store