Free DFA Digital EP

Holy smokes! This is unheard of ... DFA has, for reasons unbeknownst to me, never/rarely given much of anything away, and when they do, it tends to be a crummy streaming audio track or some sort of lo-fi video. What gives?

Well, DFA is turning over a new leaf: the label just released a >digital EP via 7digital.

Well, I don't even know how much of an EP it is ... it's two live songs (one by Prinzhorn Dance School, the other by Shocking Pinks) and a pretty ridiculous LCD Soundsystem live video for "Us Vs. Them." Yeah, good package, but it seems like more of a grab bag than anything else. Check out the video after the jump and grab one of the videos below (you really ought to just download the thing, especially since the PDS thing is like, twenty minutes of a live radio set).

Shocking Pinks - Emily (Live On RDU Radio New Zealand)

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Blogger The Lemur said...

Prinzhorn Dance School's songs sounded all the same! Like a minimalistic White Stripes. Emily was pretty nice, though. But I don't understand the purpose of this digital "EP". LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip, anyone?


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