Back in the Spring of 2011, I played the hell out of Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.'s debut LP, It's A Corporate World. It was truly one of those albums that you treat like your favorite pair of jeans - you know the ones you wear five to seven days a week. Every song fit perfectly with the season, acting as a hopeful source of navigation out of the grim winter months.
As we continue to experience this abnormally wintery March, the Detroit duo of Daniel Zott and Joshua Epstein return to our rescue with a new song called "If You Didn't See Me (Then You Weren't On The Dancefloor)". It's undoubtedly their biggest boom yet, but through the synth explosions we're still comforted by Dale Jr. Jr.'s uniquely pleasant innocence.
Back in 2011, we took Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. go-karting for our most high-octane interview.