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Dangermaker | review | alternative | rock | Lollipop


by Scott Hefflon

Something about this band, especially the vocals, reminds me of INXS. Slick yet kinda dark, '80s pop rock with some keyboards, but enough slithering guitar to keep it rock. Produced by PopSmear Record's Scott Llamas (The Action Design, featuring singer Emily Whitehurst and bassist Matt Mckenzie playing indie rock, not punkpop), this five-song EP captures the attention and holds it. Oh, and the INXS namedrop is a positive thing, seeing as they wrote a couple handfuls of songs we all know, and are still played on the radio, and we don't groan when they come on. Get this band on the mp3 CD and share the wealth.

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