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MP3 of the Day: "Outta Your Hair" by Lil Daggers, Playing the No Brainer Party at PS14 Tomorrow October 8

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Like all purebred party animals, the adventuresome men of Miami garage psych crew Lil Daggers welcome any kind of fun, no matter how dangerous, drunk, or bizarre. They'll play house parties. They'll play pool parties. They'll play satanic séances, bake sales and shit fights. From the very first Pagan fuck fests to last weekend's killer kegger, we've always needed Daggers like these to keep things from getting dull. 

No, really ... It totally seems the Dagger dudes have accepted a life-mission to keep the rager raging harder than a rager's ever raged. Right now, for instance, they're barely back from a twelve-city tour and they've already booked a gig with the No Brainer boys. I mean, c'mon, you would have thought a mach-speed two-week trek -- flashing up the East Coast (Atlanta to DC to Brooklyn) before hooking into the Midwest (Cleveland to Detroit to Chicago) and doubling back through the near South (Lexington to Nashville to Athens, GA) -- should've worn these guys out. But, no, them Lil Daggers be ready for another round. It's always time to fucking party. 

With Satan's Youth Ministers. Thursday, October 8. PS14, 28 NE 14th St., Miami. Show starts at 10 p.m., and there's no cover. Ages 21+ with ID. 305-358-3600; ps14.com

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