One thing to do Friday: See an eclectic lineup at the Don Giovanni Showcase
The Jersey-based punk label hosts a weekend-long showcase of its roster, including Hilly Eye, Jeffrey Lewis and more.
Fri Feb 8 2013
Photograph: Haley Jane Samuelson
Assuming the snowstorm doesn't ruin everyone's plans for the evening—and it might!—we strongly suggest that you head to the Music Hall of Williamsburg for Don Giovanni Records' annual showcase. The two-day event features performances from groups on the New Brunswick–based label, and the lineup is pretty great: Bands on the bill tonight include noise-rock duo Hilly Eye (the subject of an interview in this week's magazine), folkie Laura Stevenson and quirky singer-songwriter Jeffrey Lewis (whose tune "Williamsburg Will Oldham Horror" ended up on our list of the 100 best NYC songs). Tomorrow's bill is another doozy, with punk-rock trip Screaming Females headlining. (Necessary caveat: Be sure to check that the schedule hasn't been affected by the snow before setting out.)
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