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Valentine’s Day with Patricia Field, Los Campesinos, and Titus Andronicus

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SATURDAY 14

Patricia Field

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Dlist Radio with Daniel Nardicio takes over the window display at Patricia Field boutique on the Bowery! With guests Amanda Lepore, and Michael Musto, and a fashion show starring World Famous Bob, Dirty Martini, and Jo Boobs (with running commentary by none other than Xander.)
An international cast of go go boys includes the slutty but super Xtopher from London, Randy Blue and Playgirl model Lucky Daniels.
Join Daniel, Matthew Phillp, Robbyne Kaamil, Bianca Del Rio and music by DJ Aaron Elvis.
Plus, a visit by the uber sexy band Dangerous Muse!
The first 20 guests who go up to Daniel and say “Nasty Pig” get a free pair of Nasty Pig mens underwear!
Plus, an open vodka bar till you pass out, or we run out- whatever comes first!

Patricia Field, 302 Bowery bet Houston and Bleecker St, NYC, 212-966-4066, 4-6pm, free

Los Campesinos + Titus Andronicus

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There exists a proud lineage of resolutely underground-minded types who take refuge under the moniker of ‘indie’ that stretches from the Buzzcocks to Art Brut, taking in almost 30 years of anti-authoritarian music and culture. It encompasses such varied ideas as punk, C86, riot grrrl and lo-fi, and unites otherwise unlikely bedfellows as Crass, The Pastels, Huggy Bear and Pavement under one snug blanket. It’s more a mindset than a musical style, and one that values ideas, imagination and anti-sexist, anti-racist ideologies above record sales and profit margins. It’s a world where fanzines and seven-inch singles are lifeblood and where bands make music to thrill and stir rather than shift units and break even. This is the world of Los Campesinos. Catch them tonite, live with Titus Andronicus.

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