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The Danger O's

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The Danger O’s

Justin : Vocals, Bass
Abe: Guitar, Backing Vocals
Nick : Drums



Hailing from Philadelphia, the Danger O’s have been creating their own blend of eclectic rock since the summer of 2004. After parting ways with the world’s five billionth generic punk band, Justin (unable to remain idle for more than five seconds and eager to step from behind the drums to write and play the songs he actually wanted to do) and Jeff (stagnant in a socially crippling video game addiction and perfectly content defending the title of world’s laziest human being) began collaborating on new material unlike anything they had previously played. Shortly thereafter, Drew agreed to step away from dusting his impressive collection of calculator watches and rare Stuart Copeland performances to play drums with a real band.


Since the band’s inception, the three piece’s dynamic song writing style has landed them somewhere just beyond the unexpected. Combining jazz rhythms with a Police/Fugazi approach to punk, some would go so far as to call the boys emo…in it’s most classic form.


What sets the Danger O’s apart is their ability to mix eerie harmonies with catchy choruses, dissonant guitars with simple melodies, and the desire to keep the soundscape dynamic and the music moving. With instrumentals that keep you guessing and lyrics that read like abstract poetry, the Danger O’s are creating alternative music that continues to grow and pop…like a pimple, if you will.


The buzz created over the course of one year caught the attention of the folks at Creep/Blackout! Records, who signed the boys in the summer of 2005. They are scheduled to release a debut EP in the winter 2006 and a follw-up full length shortly thereafter.

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