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Jason Bentley Interviews Felix Da Housecat

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Interview: Felix Da Housecat

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Interview: Felix Da Housecat

Jason Bentley Interviews Felix Da Housecat

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Felix Da Housecat performs live at Los Angeles' The Monday Social party. KCRW hide caption

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Felix Da Housecat performs live at Los Angeles' The Monday Social party.

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Felix Da Housecat is a true original in the dance music pantheon. With a surreptitious grin reminiscent of the silent film-era cartoon character that is his namesake, Felix is never one to take himself too seriously, and his music navigates the fine line between devout and devious.

His latest singles "I Just Want To Be A Lesbian" and "Sinner Winner" both promise provocative fun on the dancefloor as Felix works his DJ magic from New York to Rio, Ibiza, London, and back home to Chicago.

Felix recently stopped by KCRW, following a late night at The Monday Social (L.A.'s longest running dance music weekly) to talk with Metropolis host Jason Bentley about where he's been, where he's at, and where he's going.

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