Damaged Good$ Offer Free Single Download, Play Free Charity Event At Fallout Thursday

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Damaged Good$ performs at Fallout Lounge Thursday, November 5, with Billingham's Defense System and DJs Schwa and Genova, and you can get in free as long as you bring donations in the form of canned goods.

A single food item will get you in, but the more you bring, the better your chances of getting some booty--or so the Damaged Good$ dudes claim in this video. Theodore (the artist formerly known as Trak Bully) and Coool Dundee will then deliver everything they collect to the North Texas Food Bank.

But they're not just being generous to the needy families served by the NTFB; they're also offering fans their new single, a retro synth-pop gem called "Dopest/Flyest" featuring production by Johnny Moog, as a free download. You may remember the song from when the band stopped in for its DC9 in SPACE performance back in July.

Download the track here.

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