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Daniel G. Harmann & The Trouble Starts

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Daniel G. Harmann & the Trouble Starts have recorded an eleven song full-length called “Risk” that “sounds like the music I walk down the street listening to, wishing I could make myself. Big songs you dream about making and playing to lots of people,” Harmann says. “It’s really exciting, having music that you can jump around and scream to and to know it’s your own.”

Harmann and his band — Forrest Haskell on bass, Shea Bliss on drums, and guitarist Kelly Dale — are master craftsmen of working class art, constructing “iceberg rock” as sinewy and sensual as Blur (one of Harmann’s favorite bands), strong as the late 90s Seattle rock scene (which brought Harmann from Arizona to the city back then), and as emotionally honest and deep as melancholy rockers Jimmy Eat World, Idlewild, or even Fugazi, who have been influences since his days in Phoenix.

Daniel G. Harmann & the Trouble Starts have jumped forward with “Risk,” recorded live over five days earlier this year with Long Winters bassist Eric Corson, who brought them for the first time to Electrokitty Studios, where he does most of the engineering. “I loved the drums sounds I was hearing out of Electrokitty,” Harmann says, about the upcoming LW tracks Corson previewed him. (Electrokitty is owned by Gary Reynolds, who mastered “Risk.

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