Slow Dance

There are two bands called Slow Dance, and they could hardly be more different. One is an indie-pop group from (where else?) Brooklyn that spells its name as a single word. But the Slow Dance that is beginning to emerge onto Seattle's collective radar is a local electronic rap duo comprised of producer Andrew "Rudy" Willingham (of Rudy and the Rhetoric) and emcee Murder Dice. The group's four-on-the-floor electro-rap has been garnering some local buzz in the last few months based on the strength of songs like old-school rave-up "Melter" and the more introspective "Fever Sleep." Friday's show will see the release of Slow Dance's still-untitled debut album, and if the party-first atmosphere of the duo's online material is any indication, the Nectar Lounge will be hopping. With The MC Type, P Smoov. ANDREW GOSPE

Fri., Nov. 25, 8 p.m., 2011

 
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