Self-deprecation is classic punk rock maneuvering. So when rock-candy-distorted bass climbs out of the unwieldy feedback, rubber-band drums, and chants of “CSS sucks” that open Cansei De Ser Sexy, it’s pretty clear what listeners are in for: a hyper, self-conscious dance record that owes more to Detroit proto-punk than to Detroit techno. On the Brazilian six-piece‘s Sub Pop debut, CSS crawls through 11 tracks of dirty, danceable rock, with titles like “Music Is My Hot, Hot Sex” and “Let’s Make Love And Listen to Death From Above.” It‘s decidedly slutty fun.