Posted in music | tour dates on February 8, 2010

by Andrew Frisicano

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forgetters @ Bowery Ballroom (twipic)
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Don Giovanni Records hosted a seven-band showcase at Bowery Ballroom on Saturday, February 6th. The lineup for that included Shellshag, forgetters, Screaming Females, JEFF the Brotherhood, The Measure (SA), Black Wine and Groucho Marxists - all of which, minus JEFF and forgetters, are represented in the compilation linked above.

Videos from the Bowery Ballroom show are posted below. One clip captures JEFF starting off their set with a pitch-dark solo guitar intro to their album-opening rocker "Heavy Days." JEFF the Brotherhood and Screaming Females have added a Brooklyn show to their upcoming tour dates together. They'll be at Death By Audio on February 23rd with Stupid Party. A show flyer is below

Other video highlights include a look at forgetters, Blake Schwarzenbach's newish trio who have yet to release a proper recording (song intro: "this is a psychedelic odyssey...to Southern California"). forgetter's only other upcoming show is a certain festival down South: Harvest of Hope Fest, taking place March 12th-14th in St. Augustine, FL. The massive, impressive lineup for the fest (which hosted the National, Broken Social Scene, Girl Talk, the Faint & more last year) includes Billy Bragg, The Mountain Goats, Dr. Dog, Anvil, Rogue Wave, Strike Anywhere, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Man Man, Dead Prez, Japanther, Freelance Whales and many more. Tickets are on sale. The full list of bands is below. (As for that other upcoming festival, we hope forgetters make it to SXSW, but it should be noted that they did just play Austin in November.)

The Bowery show was a release party for Shallshag's new Rumors in Disguise and Screaming Females' self-explanatory Singles, both of which come out February 9th on Don Giovani. The video for Shellshag's "Resilient Bastard," off that, is below.

More videos of guitar shredding, pop-punk, crowdsurfing, etc. are below...

JEFF the Brotherhood

forgetters - live at the bowery ballroom

Screaming Females - I Do, Pretty Ok

Screaming Females at Bowery Ballroom (2 6 2010)

Screaming Females - Buried In The Nude Don Giovanni Records Showcase Bowery Ballroom Feb. 6, 2010

JEFF the Brotherhood - Mellow Out

Jeff the Brotherhood at Bowery Ballroom - intro inot Heavy Days

The Measure (SA) - Fear Of Commitment

The Measure (SA) - Revisionist

Shellshag - Fuck Society Live at the Don Giovanni Records Showcase Bowery Ballroom Feb. 6, 2010

Shellshag - "Resilient Bastard" music video Don Giovanni Records

Harvest of Hope 2010 lineup
# Billy Bragg
# The Mountain Goats
# Dr. Dog
# Anvil
# Rogue Wave
# 7 Seconds
# Senses Fail
# Anti-Flag
# Sea Wolf
# Man Man
# Dead Prez
# Kimya Dawson
# Delta Spirit
# High on Fire
# Torche
# Strike Anywhere
# Cymbals Eat Guitars
# Dr. Octagon aka Kool Keith
# Dead Confederate
# A Wilhelm Scream
# Portugal. the Man
# Leatherface
# Dead to Me
# Japanther
# Fruit Bats
# Bear in Heaven
# Freelance Whales
# Cobra Skulls
# Small Brown Bike
# Danielson
# Twin Tigers
# Blacksheep
# Rev. Peytons Big Damn Band
# Matt Pond P.A.
# James Husband (of Of Montreal)
# Signals (ex Mae Shi)
# Ortolan
# Mercury Program
# Kid Sister
# Gringo Star
# Port O'Brien
# Stars of Track and Field
# Off With Their Heads
# Loved Ones
# Past Lives
# Crime in Stereo
# forgetters
# Smoke or Fire
# Broadway Calls
# Yelawolf
# Andrew Jackson Jihad
# Asshole Parade
# Defiance Ohio
# Chris Wollard & the Ship Thieves
# Bomb the Music Industry!
# Dear Landlord
# David Rovics
# The Riot Before
# This Bike is a Pipebomb
# Des Ark
# Ben Davis & the Jett$
# Shell Shag
# Weatherbox
# Holopaw
# Angelo Spencer
# The Blacklist Royals
# Yesterday's Ring
# Lemuria
# The Measure (SA)
# Paul Baribeau
# Cheap Girls
# Your Heart Breaks
# Fin Fang Foom
# Yula Beeri
# Future Virgins
# Good Luck
# The Menzingers
# Capsule
# Jon Snodgrass
# Austin Lucas
# Mike Hale
# Street Eaters
# Tiltwheel
# Dan Padilla
# O'Pioneers
# Army of Ponch
# Virgins
# Gatorface
# Protagonist
# Algernon Cadawallder
# American Cheeseburger
# Savage Brewtality
# New Bruises
# Tubers
# Cory Brannan
# Look Mexico
# Whiskey & Co
# Worn in Red
# Ninja Gun
# Grabass Charlestons
# FIYA
# Spanish Gamble
# Anchor Arms
# How Dare You
# Slow Claw
# Heads Held High
# The Casting Out
# Low Red Land
# The Itchy Hearts
# Panthro UK United 13
# Mumpsy
# Beauvilles
# Tim Version
# The Future Now
# D.P.
# Sunbears
# We Are the Union
# Christina Wagner
# Lighthouse Music
# Antarctic
# Glorious Johnson
# BLORR
# Liquid Limbs
# City of Ships
# Sloane Peterson
# Too Many Daves
# Pretty Boy Thorson
# Nut Nut
# Ornate Escape
# The Mike Bernos Band
# 3rd Stone
# Mindrise
# Cassette
# Takers
# Bent Left
# The Pauses
# Ex-Boogeymen
# Duppies
# Umoja Orchestra
# Paleface
# Toby Foster
# Chronic Youth
# Company Man
# Scum of the Earth
# The Attack!
# Towers of Hanoi
# Young Brother
# Ones to Blame
# Barnaby Jones
# No More
# Made of Hemp
# Superfish
# The Angst
# Premadonnasaurs
# The Cougs

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Comments (13)

Fug. That looked like a great lineup. How come I missed this? Was this posted on bv earlier? Was it buried? Ugh.

Posted by Anonymous | February 8, 2010 7:58 PM

That's cool but this is awesome:

http://vimeo.com/9238571

Posted by Seth | February 8, 2010 9:20 PM


Grand Buffet

Posted by Anonymous | February 8, 2010 11:11 PM

jeff slayyed

Posted by Anonymous | February 8, 2010 11:51 PM

forgetters come to sxsw please

Posted by Anonymous | February 9, 2010 12:45 AM

jeff the brotherhood and screamales owned this show

best bands

Posted by Anonymous | February 9, 2010 3:12 AM

forgetters actually owned this show. way more jawbreaker than jets in the best way possible. and alot less dramatic than thorns of life. this could be a very good band.

Posted by Anonymous | February 9, 2010 12:28 PM

boat on a hill

Posted by Anonymous | February 9, 2010 12:42 PM

screamales: best band from new brunswick in forever

Posted by Anonymous | February 9, 2010 6:59 PM

the dude from jeff the brotherhood stole my wallet and when i confronted him about it he called me a pussy.

Posted by bruno | February 9, 2010 9:13 PM

that was the worst review i've heard read in my life. shell shacked? what the fuck. you write like a 10 year old fanboy

Posted by Anonymous | February 10, 2010 2:32 PM

Oh, and what about those question marks on Sunday's text in the concert poster below? No, that isn't saving a spot for a Smiths reunion or U2 debut on the Coachella stage, it's the way that Yorke presents himself as a solo star, the marquee at his Orpheum concert had the same punctuational flourish.

Posted by منتديات | January 12, 2011 2:52 PM

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