PUNCH YOUR LIGHTS OUT
With an album title like PUNCH YOUR LIGHTS OUT, you'd expect a knuckle-dragging tattooed lot ready to bludgeon you with power chords and banshee wails on the other end of the stereo. But Danger Radio defies typical classification, opting to project more Steve Wonder than Sick of it All with their pseudo-funk rock as heard on this five-song sojourn. Imagine Maroon 5 and Justin Timberlake fighting to the death with Franz Ferdinand as guest referee for an idea of what this Seattle sextet has in store for you. Danger Radio deliver their goods with all of the bland white-boy disco panache akin to a modern day KC and the Sunshine Band for the next wave of twenty-something’s to mingle to during another lost happy hour.