Throughout the history of the universe, partying like a motherf***er has been considered especially bodacious. In East Dallas, Texas the dedicated bada**es that host these legendary parties are members of an elite squad, known as the Party Police. These are their stories.
So, what are their stories? Well, imagine a group of people that create synth-driven, danceable pop music, not unlike that of Ke$ha and Kid Rock chopped and snorted together, then poured into an “East Dallas Iced Tea” (trademarked) with the likes of Digital Underground, Ice Cube, Green Day, Rancid, Operation Ivy, Kanye, HOVA, Eminem, Skrillex, Flo Rida, LMFAO, and Nikki Minaj. But, you know, with more swagger than Mick Jagger!
Throw in the use of foul language, the cojones of Waylon Jennings, and some legendary binge drinking, from an extremely good looking trio that is both hilarious and can beat you and all your friends at “flippy-cup.”
That is what you get when you listen to East Dallas, Texas’ Party Police, a trio consisting of The Warden, who is the head honcho, ShitKray, the obligatory slutty hook girl, and DJ Pegasus, the motherf**kin’ DJ.
Party Police are currently in the studio working on their debut album, The Lyin’ Witch In The Warden’s Robe, and plan to systematically drop singles and videos over the course of 2013 as they prepare for world takeover.
Party Police’s debut video for their first single, “Totally Bitchin’,” was directed by legendary skater, tattoo artist, reality TV star, and venue owner Oliver Peck, and can be viewed on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmD-3Y0bOYs
Their crazy songs are based on true stories. Stories about partying, drugging, chasing hot babes, brunch (ah… OK… a really late lunch), hangovers, and dominating frat boys and sorority girls at flippy-cup, beer pong, gravity bongs, and keg stands.
Yes, folks, they’re that good. And, musically talented to boot.
When asked where they like to drink, The Warden said, “Dude, you know, the only bars any respectable drunk in East Dallas would drink at: Lakewood Landing, The Libertine, Lee Harvey’s, Club Dada, Barley House, Doublewide/Singlewide, Anvil Pub, Adair’s, One Nostalgia Place, Pour House, Cosmos, Capital Pub, Vickery Park, Barcadia, City Tavern, Good Friends, Sundown, Old Monk, The Dubliner and, of course, AllGood Cafe.”
He pauses, takes a gulp of his cocktail, and finishes. “AllGood Cafe, we don’t just drink. We also eat some motherf**kin’ pancakes.”
When you try to move on to another subject, The Warden denounces such things and says, “We also like to go watch concerts at places like The Granada, House of Blues, Sons of Hermann Hall, Trees, Curtain Club, Three Links and, in the summertime, we sometimes go to Starplex. Oh, and house parties. Lots of house parties.”
Again, The Warden takes time to enjoy his cocktail.
“We go pretty much anywhere where people are playin’ rock shows or getting wasted or doing bleezy. We don’t condone syrup drinking though. That sh*t is cray cray!”
Dallas is no stranger to some great bands. Let’s name-drop here. Bands like Hagfish, Reverend Horton Heat, Slowride, The Riverboat Gamblers, Lone Star Trio, Toadies, Deathray Davies, Tripping Daisy, Funland, UFOFU, Slobberbone, Old 97’s, Ronnie Dawson and Course of Empire are all from Dallas. Not to mention Steve Miller from the Steve Miller Band!
And, now, enter Party Police.
I know, now you’re curious. Just who are the Party Police?
Well, visit East Dallas, TX (The EDT). Buy the stranger next to you not one, not two, but three shots, tell the bartender it’s on Party Police’s tab, and the group will come calling. They’ll find you, you won’t find them. Unless it’s on YouTube, or one of their upcoming live shows.
But, rest assured, if you’re in The EDT and looking for a party, or have the internet, the Party Police are there. And, they’re waiting for you to get “Totally Bitchin'” with them.
OFFICIAL BAND WEBSITE: http://www.partypopo.com
FIND PARTY POLICE ON ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/album/totally-bitchin-single/id584874573?v0=9988&ign-mpt=uo=1