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Based out of: Calgary, AB
Style: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock and self identified Gothic Neil Diamond
Influences: The Stones, Guns n Roses, Peal Jam, White Stripes, The Tragically Hip
Members: Ryan Danger - Guitars, Vocals, Kurtis Floyd - Guitars, Vocals, Harmonica Steve White - Drums, Peter Spice - Guitar, Bass, Keys, Jake Hall - Bass
DangerFloyd has been playing their own brand of ever-changing Alternative Rock for the last 9 years. Attracting big crowds at their high energy, raw, live shows, DangerFloyd is often spotted ripping up the stage at Calgary venues like Studio 37, Vern's, Republik, The Blind Beggar Pub, Foxy's Bar & Grill, The Gateway (SAIT), Broken City Social Club and The Palomino.
DangerFloyd's last recording release was in 2010, and their online selection showcases their older style, although not recent, these tracks are very catchy and memorable. Listen to a few of those tracks here, www.reverbnation.com/dangerfloyd
Be sure to check out the song "Family Man", which guitarist/vocalist Kurtis Floyd states as his favourite track they have recorded to date.
The tracks on their Reverbnation page are all recorded live on floor, demonstrating DangerFloyd's raw talent and preference for authentic expression.
Something to note about DangerFloyd, is their live performances are consistantly high voltage, diversely creative and true to their recorded sound.
Since their last release in 2010, DangerFloyd has seen a lot of change. With the addition of new members, and now multiple song writers for the project, DangerFloyd is hard at work undergoing a new direction, and they couldn't be more excited.
Listen to the DangerFloyd EP (2010) here www.myspace.com/dangerfloydmusic/music/albums
JR's Recommended track "Second Son"
Watch their independently made music video "Normal Sea" here www.reverbnation.com/dangerfloyd/videos
To hear DangerFloyd's new sound, see them live!
December 9: Broken City Social Club (Calgary AB)
December 18: The Palomino (Calgary AB)
Written by JR McKeague (2016)