Song of the Day: Death From Above 1979 – “Romantic Rights”

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Christopher Tahy Recalls: The best thing about Death From Above 1979 is that they’re a shot of pure adrenaline, a bass and drum duo that makes music you can feel. “Romantic Rights” is a perfect example of that concept. The opening line has Jesse F. Keeler grinding his pick into the string while Sebastien Grainger keeps the rhythm fast, hot, and heavy.

DFA1979 released a one of a kind album when You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine came out in 2004. The huge news of last year was DFA1979 reuniting for a tour and their sophomore album The Physical World. The even better thing is that it’s on par with their debut. If you need to get the blood pumping there is a catalog to visit, trust me.

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