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“The Danger Os just dropped a new single and here's why you should care: because it's fun and it's trippy postpunk.”
“Nothing like some chilled out indie pop”
“A Little Too Long is something that will get your hips shaking as hard as possible,and the drawn out vocal harmonies are enough to make a grown man quiver at the knees. It's wonderful.”
“You like Fuzz? You like Elvis Costello? You like Alt/Psych/Pop? Then go pick up The Danger O’s “Orange” EP FOR FREE! On Bandcamp they can be found under the tag “Awesome”, though not very modest, very true!”
"like something The Beatles would write if they were just starting out in 2008"
"This was, without a doubt, the release I listened to the most this year...I can’t wait to hear what these guys have in store in the new year."
"I discovered something interesting when listening to the Danger-O’s new album, Nineteen Ninety Four: I had forgotten how good “good alternative” could sound."
"The songs here are fairly expert: 'MFW' is compelling if not perfect pop, the slower 'Canada' provides a moment of affecting introspection, and 'Something About Sundays' somehow unloads every trick in the recent indie book (handclaps, WAR-era U2 guitars, etc.) without coming off as cheesy, which qualifies as a fairly major accomplishment."