Free Download: Penguin Prison Revive Classic Disco Funk

Listen to the new single 'Don't Fuck With My Money'

October 20, 2011 2:50 PM ET
Penguin Prison, 'Don't Fuck With My Money'
Penguin Prison, 'Don't Fuck With My Money'
Pieter M. van Hattem

Click to listen to Penguin Prison's 'Don't Fuck With My Money'

Penguin Prison's new single, "Don't Fuck With My Money," updates the smooth, effortlessly funky sound of late Seventies disco classics by Chic and Michael Jackson with a sleek modern production style that recalls hits by Phoenix, Scissor Sisters and Hot Chip. The entire track is a groovy delight, but the soaring, falsetto-heavy climax is particularly excellent. Penguin Prison's debut album is in stores now, but you can download "Don't Fuck With My Money" for free here.

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