Leave it to Miami's Lil Daggers to provide one more reason to get off your behind for Saturday's celebration of recorded and live music, Record Store Day. For the Miami-Dade enthusiasts, the Daggers have a new seven-inch, "Slave Exchange"/"Sweetwater," and it comes available during the Sweatstock madness hosted at Sweat Records all day long.
"Sweetwater" itself is a murky, psychedelic delight buoyed by a circular guitar progression and some piercing organ. It's a slower, moodier track than its flipside. (For a preview of the a-side, "Slave Exchange," head to Lil Daggers' Facebook page.) In any case, there are only 100 of these vinyls in existence released via Discosoma, and each jacket features a wheat-pasted photo by the band -- so don't eat it if you're gluten-intolerant.
Listen/download "Sweetwater" below.
Check out the entire Sweatstock schedule posted over at Crossfade.
Sweatstock 2011. Saturday, April 16. Sweat Records, 5505 NE Second
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Ave., Miami, and Churchill's Pub, 5501 NE Second Ave., Miami. The party
starts at noon, and it's free. All ages. Call 786-693-9309, or visit sweatrecordsmiami.com.