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Come to Just Panic And Get It Over With, CT! The art show will be next door at Empty Spaces Gallery and then the live performance is at 7 p.m. at the Stomping Ground
Phone/Fax 212/690-7807 Mail Shrine World Music Venue 2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. New York, NY 10030 Opening Hours 4pm - 4am 7 days a week!
Derek Nicoletto at the Knitting Factory Brooklyn 8:45 p.m.
LiveSource and 3PM present Derek Nicoletto, LoveCryme, Dialogue from a Silent Film & Veronia.
from ArtInfo.com: Electropop singer Derek Nicoletto says he doesn’t want his forthcoming “Just Panic and Get it Over With” to be a routine album release — he wants it to be the soundtrack for a “worldwide art movement.” And so he appears to be well on his way, having wrangled artists from around the globe to make works inspired by the EP, which he plans to exhibit in a series of group exhibitions in Honolulu, Manchester, Provincetown, and beyond, beginning July 12-14 at 287 Spring Gallery in New York. For the inaugural show, three-dozen local artists created works in just about every medium, all referencing the new album in some way. (The only restriction was that Nicoletto himself not appear as the subject.) Most works will be available for sale, at prices set by the artists, throughout the weekend. “Just Panic and Get it Over With” hits stores April 19.
Sounds Like: Scissor Sisters, The Killers, 30 Seconds to Mars, Electric Valentine, Telling on Trixie
Label: 7 Trick Pony
Manager: 7 Trick Pony , 3PMusic Productions, Inc.
Bio: Derek Nicoletto is back with a profound and empowering 6-song collection, Just Panic And Get It Over With, poised for wide digital release on April 16, 2013 on 7 Trick Pony Records. As a more eclectic follow-up to his debut, Kind Ghosts, Just Panic and Get It Over With showcases Nicoletto’s full-...See Full Bio
“NEED TO KNOW: DEREK NICOLETTO The electropop singer inspires a variety of artists with the release of 'Just Panic and Get It Over With' Derek Nicoletto wants his album release for Just Panic and Get It Over With to inspire a "worldwide visual art movement." So far, three dozen artists have created works based on the EP's songs that will be exhibited in Honolulu, Manchester, Provincetown, and elsewhere, with the first exhibit to take place this summer at Spring Gallery in SoHo. This weekend there's an album release party April 19 at New York City's Arlene's Grocery. The video for one of the tracks from the EP shows that artistic input reflected in the Just Panic... project, with Nicoletto himself, wearing a black monkl-like hood, painting a self-portrait and images of paint diffusing in water.”