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  • THE ERGS! Announce "dorkrockcorkrod" 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

    To celebrate 20 years since the release of dorkrockcorkrod, the first full length on Don Giovanni, we are thrilled to announce a definitive deluxe edition of the album. A 2xLP set includes new artwork, unreleased photos, an exhaustive oral history compiled by Mike Faloon, the original album remastered by Justin Perkins, and a remix by Steve Albini overseen by Mike Yannich.
  • Bad Bad Hats announce new self-titled album!

    terse, honest lyrics suggest a weathered wisdom. – The New Yorker ... programmed to fire all neural pathways associated with carefree indie rock fun. But beware: These lyrics will bite. – NPR Vocalist/guitarist Kerry Alexander's pure voice might be called "sweet" or "childlike," but her innocence is belied by her apt songwriting, which translates her experiences into poignant, universal stories. – Pitchfork artfully construed guitar-pop - Stereogum boasting an abundance of both ear-catching guitar parts and vocal hooks that are so infectious you’d be hard pressed not to sing along. - Guitar World  ... the perfect, dreamy-pop summer soundtrack. – PAPER A gritty two-and-a-half minutes of wobbly bass, wailing guitar, and front woman Kerry...

  • Emily Frembgen releases new single "Fentanyl" out now

    We're excited to announce that we are working with Brooklyn alt-country songwriter Emily Frembgen starting with a brand new single titled “Fentanyl” across all digital platforms. The single arrives accompanied by a music video, which can be seen HERE. The video was directed by Clare O’Kane of Saturday Night Live, Shrill, The Best Show and SpongeBob SquarePants. It is O’Kane’s music video directorial debut. “Fentanyl” is the lead single from Frembgen’s forthcoming Don Giovanni debut album, to be released in 2024. The single is streaming across all platforms now.   “Fentanyl” opens with the lyric “Two years of doing nothing makes everybody crazy,” and is a song about the...

  • Roadside Graves New Album "I Won't Cry Alone" Out November 10th

    Quintessential, New Jersey roots-rock storytellers, with songs full of empathetic third-person narratives - Pitchfork Jersey veterans Roadside Graves return with a new Rumblefish inspired album I Won't Cry Alone due November 10, 2023.Today, were releasing the album's first single "We're Not Here" I Won't Cry Alone is available for pre-order now HERE. I Won’t Cry Alone is the seventh full-length release from Roadside Graves. In 2011, the band released We Can Take Care of Ourselves, based on S.E. Hinton’s classic novel The Outsiders. During the heart of the pandemic, the band collaborated remotely and again returned to Hinton’s writing for inspiration, this time drawing from her more painful and surreal book Rumblefish. I Won’t Cry...

  • Teenage Halloween - Till You Return out October 20th!

    Teenage Halloween has announced their brand new sophomore studio album Till You Return due out on October 20 via Don Giovanni. The band, fronted by non-binary guitarist / songwriter Luk Henderiks, unveil their one-two punch double A-side single “Supertrans / Takeaway” alongside an official video. Announcing their return with reckless abandon, Henderiks’ voice comes in with an immediate urgency about gender identity and perception, at first backed by a lone distorted guitar, but quickly followed with the intense melodic and driving fullness that anyone that has seen the band live has come to expect. The double-single is streaming everywhere now. Stand by your friends that are hurting. That’s...

  • Kym Register + Meltdown Rodeo "Meltdown Rodeo" out August 18

    We're thrilled to announce a new album from Kym Register + Meltdown Rodeo titled Meltdown Rodeo out August 18. Kym Register + Meltdown Rodeo (formerly Loamlands) is a transgressive and distorted country music outfit based in North Carolina that places queer storytelling at the forefront. Their music intimately grapples with identity, retribution, reconciliation and queer existence in both modern-day and historical (inclusive of mostly all) southern culture. The album features the song "Blue," a gutsy call-out that challenges the conditions that still allows Joni Mitchell amnesty, even after she traded her counterculture folk for jive turkey racism. As Kym Register explains: Blue is sort of a love song about...