News April 2014
Written by Don Giovanni on 04/28/2014 10:56am
Priests new record, Bodies and Control and Money and Power is now up for pre-order in our store and iTunes. There are 300 copies with hand-screened jackets for mail order, and all iTunes pre-orders will be able to instantly download Right Wing, which you can stream above. The record comes out June 3rd.
Pre-order on iTunes
Written by Don Giovanni on 04/17/2014 12:17pm
Photo by Drew Gurion
We're really excited to announce that we will be working with Brooklyn's Nude Beach on their next album, which will be out in the fall. We have been friends and fans of Nude Beach since the beginning and it seemed like it was only a matter of time before we would start working together as they seem to always be playing with our bands and Ryan Naideau, the band's drummer, has already played on numerous Don Giovanni releases in his former band Dustheads.
Keep checking back for more information on the record, and in the meantime you can catch the band on tour:
4/23 Columbus, OH - Kobo w/ Tweens
4/24 Memphis, TN - Murphy's
4/26 Austin, TX - Mohawk Outside*^
4/27 Dallas, TX - Club Dada*^
4/29 Nashville, TN - The End*
4/30 Atlanta, GA - The Earl*
5/01 Asheville, NC - The Mothlight*
5/02 Richmond, VA - Strange Matter*
5/03 Baltimore, MD - The Ottobar*
5/10 Brooklyn, NY - The Wick*
5/22 Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Bowl with the Reigning Sound.
*with the men, ^with cloud nothings
Written by Don Giovanni on 04/08/2014 10:51am
Screaming Females first live album, Live at The Hideout, is out today! It was recorded by Steve Albini over two nights in Chicago. This video was edited and directed by Mark Pullman! You can order the record from Don Giovanni Records or pick it up at your favorite local record store or on iTunes.
Written by Don Giovanni on 04/02/2014 10:53am
We're really excited to announce that we are going to be releasing a collection of artwork by Lauren Denitzio entitled How Do You Like What You Have. The 40-page booklet is professionally printed on high quality paper.
People familiar with Don Giovanni Records are probably already familiar with both Lauren Denitzio and their artwork. In addition to playing guitar and singing in The Measure (SA) and Worriers, Lauren also did all of the artwork for those bands and a number of other bands on and off Don Giovanni.
The first printing of the booklets will include a signed and numbered edition limited to 75 for mail order only, as well as a non-signed and numbered edition that will be available through Lauren at Worriers shows and our website.
Pre-orders for both editions will go up Friday on our website.
Here are a few sample pages: