Baltimore oddity Dog Fashion Disco announced a special event for next month that fans of weird ass music will appreciate. On October 13, the band will head to the interwebs to perform the entirety of their 2006 concept album Adultery.
Like many bands did during the height of COVID lockdowns a couple years ago, Dog Fashion Disco is currently selling tickets to the digital event where fans will tune in to the performance on whatever compatible browser or device they have lying around for the completely reasonable price of $25.
The album, for those not in the know, is supposed to be their take on a film noir project, complete with detective monologues, sordid trysts, murder, intrigue, and deception. With great tracks like “Sweet Insanity,” “The Darkest Days,” “Desert Grave,” and “100 Suicides,” this album was constantly on repeat in my car in the early 2000s. Then again, I’m also a fan of their other projects like Polkadot Cadaver and El Creepo.
In addition to the livestream, the band is also selling special t-shirts to commemorate the event, along with vinyl and blu-ray versions of the performance. If any of that sounds interesting to you, then be sure to check out the band’s label Razor To Wrist website to get your ticket and merch.
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