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Deathfix - Dali's House

The DCist provides a review:
Deathfix—the Dischord Records supergroup comprised of [Blowoff DJ] Richard Morel, Fugazi's Brendan Canty, and Medications' Mark Cisnero, and new drummer Jerry Busher—released their debut self-titled album early this year, and it's still a frontrunner for one of my favorite albums of 2013. Today, the psychedelic post-punk band put out a music video for their goofy, funk/house-inspired jam, "Dali's House." The track, wherein Morel lists off the benefit of living in various famous people's houses, sounds suspiciously like an LCD Soundsystem B-side, and that's only heightened by the band's playful self-awareness of that fact: "I wish I was in James Murphy's house," Morel sing-speaks, "because you can steal ideas, and Daft Punk's always playing there."
Deathfix plays NYC's Irving Plaza on Friday prior to Blowoff.

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