Electronic rap duo Slow Dance just dropped another gem on us. The duo (producer Rudy [of Rudy and the Rhetoric] and MC Murder Dice) has yet to fail in the electro-party-rap game, and shows no signs of slowing down. Their tracks are somewhat formulaic (fade-in, easy dance/jump 4/4 rhythm), but that kind of self-aware semi-novelty is one of their best assets, along with the fact that they are very good at filling in that template. They could be placed in the same ballpark as other local groups Mash Hall, Don't Talk to the Cops, even Hi-Life Soundsystem, but they take it even further back than the late '80s/early '90s breakbeats and danceable G-funk the other groups present, to a disco-influenced place where promo videos like the one above are more than appropriate.
The video (which looks like it could have borrowed footage from either Animal House farce King Frat or National Lamporn's spoof porn flick Frat House, both 1979) is a fantastic ride through the "best party ever" as the tag suggests. They play 10/20 at Neumos with Mad Rad, Katie Kate, and Helluvastate as part of the City Arts Fest, a show I don't recommend missing if you like to dance. Just for fun, check out their last mashup video for their track "Melter" after the jump.