The dance-centric project is out July 31st via Warp Records.
Plus, a North American and European tour.
Dance-punk outfit continues to lose the remaining remnants of punk in their sound.
Dance-punk revivalists return with their sixth LP, and one heck of an album cover.
As Detroit evolves so does its beloved festival.
“You can plan a pretty picnic, but you can’t predict the weather.”
Consider this the first volume of many to come.
Pumping in EMD tactics doesn’t always mean more danceable.
Prepare to see a side of your favorites you could’ve never dreamed up.
How does dance-punk grow up?
It’s too legit, kiddies.
Our first listen off THR!!!ER.