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What do you get when you mix a classically trained bassist, a Something Corporate-influenced jazz pianist, a Mars Volta-influenced guitarist, and a punk-influenced drummer with a local MC whose influences range from Outkast to Anti-Flag? Well......The Dangerous Colors.

Formed in early 2011 by 5 musicians from very different backgrounds, The Dangerous Colors have developed their own unique brand of music by bringing hip hop and rock together, creating a fresh sound. TDC mix elements of funk with classical influences along with punk, prog rock and great lyrical flow for something new to the music scene.

The Dangerous Colors have released their debut 6 song demo/EP titled, "Escalator Music" which features the singles, "Trigger Finger" and "Go". They will be releasing their next EP, "Heavy Spectrum" in March [+]
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