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Fresh perspective fuels Death From Above 1979's reunion, new album
Fresh perspective fuels Death From Above 1979's reunion, new album

Look at a photograph of Death From Above 1979 — or, better yet, take in one of its reliably rowdy concerts — and you'll feel confident in saying the band consists of two members: drummer Sebastien Grainger, who also sings, and bassist Jesse F. Keeler. That's the lineup that formed this wily dance-punk duo in Toronto in 2001, and the group went on to release an acclaimed 2004 debut, "You're a Woman, I'm a Machine." Built from scouring bass riffs, propulsive grooves and disarmingly tender lyrics that seemed to contradict the noise, the album was an instant underground hit, which didn't mean it could keep the band together: In 2006, Grainger...

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