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MP3: STRFKR – Bury Us Alive

Date January 10, 2011

I first heard about Portland electro-pop band STRFKR (aka Starf**ker) through the use of the track “Rawnald Gregory Erickson The Second” in a Target commercial, which I included in a Commercial Watch last year. Now the band has a new label (Central IL’s Polyvinyl), sorta-new name (after flirting with some alternatives, they’ve settled on a vowel-free spelling of their original name), and a new album called Reptilians, which contains some of the most additive dance jams you’re likely to hear in 2011.

The band’s new single, “Bury Us Alive” is everything a great electro-pop track should be, vibrant, exhilarating and highly danceable with a catchy-as-hell chorus. With it’s bombastic synths and explosive beats that recall the best work of bands like MGMT and Passion Pit, this track should become an instant favorite for dance clubs and house parties alike.

MP3 STRFKR – Bury Us Alive

Reptilians isn’t out till March 8th, but Polyvinyl is offering a free instant download with all pre-orders. Grab it here.


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