San Francisco's Dangermaker
play slick, haunting guitar rock that goes perfectly with a shot of whiskey and an absence of light. Don't bother listening to this band first thing in the morning as you enjoy a bran muffin with your skim latte. This is not breakfast rock. Instead, you should let them be the soundtrack to the tail end of a three day emotional bender as you're looking to make one last pass at the attractive person sitting by themselves at the end of a desolate bar. Dangermaker are fun creatures of the night: dark and mysterious at times, yet also pervasively upbeat, filled with cool, dark energy and angular melodies that stradde modern indie dance with classic, left of the dial alternative rock. Channeling 70s Bowie, The Clash and The Stooges into The Black Keys, The Killers and Interpol.