When the steak ain’t living up to the hype, sometimes you need to add a little brown sauce. Â The same could be said around 11:45 pm at the club downtown after your third overpriced, watered-down vodka tonic, and the DJ’s cooking upÂ Â another Lil’ JonÂ extended mix medley. Â Sometimes, you just need a little Marcus Marr. Â Of course, this is the kind of dance music that plays at the abandoned warehouse down the street from the club. Â It’s the music that was played in the basement of Studio 54 where the drugs were as hard as the busboys.
The pulsating bass lines in these two tracks sound like a speedfreak’s heartÂ rateÂ after a couple of bumps in both nostrils, and the thick, oily backbeat adds enough gloss to wax your 78′ Â Chrysler LeBaron twice over. Â It’s the perfect marriage of glitz and grit. Â A dangerous dance it is, butÂ if thrusting your pelvis aroundÂ ain’t your thing…throw the vinylÂ onto the turntable while you eat a sandwich.
PREORDER ITEM SHIPS JAN 20. We have a limited number of copies available on Brown Vinyl. Move quick.
DFA is pleased to announce the long-awaited followup to Marcus Marrâ€™s acclaimed 2013 single â€śThe Musicâ€ť.
These two tracks are a taste of what we can expect in the future from Marcus Marr, who will be releasing his debut album on DFA in 2015.
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