Danger Club

Danger Club

Craving Strange, Moment To Capitalize, Good Look Sigourney

Wed, January 31, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

Danger Club
Danger Club
happy sounding sad songs. Philadelphia
Craving Strange
We’re Craving Strange and we play original rock n roll. No, we haven’t invented an all new unheard of style but it’s our own Foo Fighter, Cheap Trick, Rise Against kind of aggressive, honest, heavy rock. You know, cool guitars, catchy hooks, memorable lyrics and a
groove and attitude that (if we can be honest) has kinda been missing in a lot of todays “rock”. And we really do kick ass live.

Why do we do this?

Writing songs and performing live isn’t something we do, it’s who we are. Not a want but a need, a drive (a totally selfish one) to genuinely put ourselves out there to be judged, loved, hated, cheered or ignored based on the music and the performance. Whatever we get, we earn it every time. And it keeps us from driving off a bridge when we get sad.

What have we done already?

Well, we’ve played hundreds of shows, released albums, EPs, singles and videos, toured much of the US, released a song in Mandarin (none of us speak Mandarin), toured China (they liked our Mandarin), played SXSW (mmmm taco trucks) and have multiple song placements on radio and tv (everything from the Discovery Channel to Mtv). We’ve worked with (here come the name drops) Rob Jacobs (Weezer, the Eagles), John Moyer (Disturbed), and have performed with bands like Flogging Molly, Puddle of Mudd, Patent Pending, Queensryche, Brand New and even in between Buckcherry and Bon Jovi. (Ok so that last one was on a different and much smaller stage then both of them at the Bamboozled festival with 100 bands but technically we were between them so I’ll list it)

We’re very DIY and have (up to this point) done all our own recording, booking, advertising, promotion etc... We have also lived in vans, lost members, had members come back, played in front of thousands, played in front of 2, made money, lost money, lost jobs, broke down in scary towns, made friends (were the cause of al least 2 weddings), lost girlfriends, made a zillion mistakes, learned from half a zillion mistakes and everything else in between. You know, the usual.

What’s happening now?

Our new EP ‘Careful of the Landmines’ is making people believe in magic, and love, and that pro-wrestling is real. Ok maybe that was a bit much but you were probably zoning out at this point and needed to be brought back in. The new EP is honestly pretty badass though, check it out and get back to us with what ya think.
Moment To Capitalize
Kinda easycore, Kinda emo, we really dont know. But what we do know is that we go through bass players like we go through beer
Good Look Sigourney
You may not have heard of Good Look, Sigourney yet but that's about to change.

Adorable punk rock from the east coast, Good Look, Sigourney is all about having a good time. Good Look, Sigourney fluidly combines in-your-face guitars with infectious dance rhythms alongside conscience lyrics and heavy melodies. They really dig what they do and hope you do too!

With one of the fastest growing fan bases in New Jersey, if not the east cost, Good Look, Sigourney is primed to catch your attention this year. On August 18th of 2017 the band released their second thematic ep, titled Mars Will Send No More. The bands first ep, An Aquatic Situation (2016) along with Mars Will Send No More are available on ITunes, Bandcamp and Spotify as well.

Musically Good Look, Sigourney isn't easy to define. One fan described them as a cross between the Foo Fighters and Goldfinger while another fan referred to them as the Beatles of punk rock. However one thing is for sure and that is their undeniable ccuteness. The band is quickly becoming known for their high energy live performance and their undoubtedly catchy songs. Songs like "Chutes and Ladders" and "Glitter" have a feel as if you would hear them on a pop top 40 station while songs like "Just Time" and "Ceiling" are songs you would expect to hear in a dingy punk rock dive bar. Take a listen for yourself or catch them in a town near you.
Venue Information:
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19122

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