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Bio: These “crazy bitches” of Denver post-punk dress in costumes of esoteric references to something they would consider “dangerous nonsense” for every show they play. Their theatrics and unique, "backwards" approach to writing music will take you on a radical journey. Seeing them perform is a pheno...See Full Bio
“If punk has any meaning now as an ethos, a band like Dangerous Nonsense embodies it. To start, there are no guitarists in the band, flipping the usual instrumentation of the genre on its head. Because of that, this trio also doesn't bother with the three chords that have forced a lot of punk music toward convention. Dangerous Nonsense has plenty of attitude and never throws out empty platitudes in its lyrics. Its 2013 album Discharge is something like an art-rock, feminist, anarcho-punk statement about everyday injustices, and it's rendered with a poetic intelligence and sharply irreverent humor...live, Dangerous Nonsense brings a strain of tenderness and compassion to go with its aggression, giving its shows a surprising depth and diversity.”