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Dangercat release music video for “Basement”

Winnipeg pop-punk group Dangercat have released the music video for their song “Basement.”

You can watch it below.

To The Moon” was released on September 30, 2014.  It served as the follow up to the band’s 2012 debut album, “Where I’ll Be.”



Music Video: Dangercat (gritty pop-punk) – “Bummer Summer”

Winnipeg gritty pop-punk act Dangercat have premiered a music video for their track “Bummer Summer” and you can check it out below.

The song appears on the band’s newest album, “To The Moon,” which was released last September and is streaming here.



Full Album Stream: Dangercat – “To The Moon”

Winnipeg pop-punk group Dangercat are streaming their upcoming full-length, “To The Moon,” in its entirety. Check it out below.

“To The Moon” is due out next Tuesday (September 30th). The band’s sophomore album, it serves as the follow up to the band’s 2012 debut album, “Where I’ll Be.”



Dangercat stream new song “Basement”

Winnipeg pop-punk group Dangercat have released a new single titled “Basement”. The track is the first single off their upcoming sophomore album To the Moon. You can give the song a listen below.

To the Moon will be released on September 30, 2014. It will be the follow up to the band’s 2012 debut album, Where I’ll Be.



Dangercat release teaser video for upcoming album “To The Moon,” reveal cover art

Winnipeg pop-punk group Dangercat have released a teaser video and revealed the cover art for their upcoming album “To The Moon.” The album was produced by Comeback Kid front man Andrew Neufeld. It was engineered and mixed by Shawn Dealey.

You can check the teaser and cover art below.

The band’s 2012 debut album “Where I’ll Be” was released on TheNewFormLabel.



Dangercat demoing new songs

Winnipeg pop-punk group Dangercat have announced that they’re demoing new songs.

The band’s 2012 debut album “Where I’ll Be” was released on TheNewFormLabel. If you wanna get a feel for their sound, you can stream the entire thing below.



Dangercat post video for “Head in the Clouds”

Winnipeg pop-punk group Dangercat have released a new video for their song “Head in the Clouds.”

You can see it by clicking here.

The song comes from the band’s 2012 debut album Where I’ll Be, released on TheNewFormLabel.



Music Video: Dangercat – “Where I’ll Be”

Gruff pop punkers Dangercat have released a music video for their song “Where I’ll Be”. The track comes off of their debut album, also titled “Where I’ll Be”.

You can watch the video here.

Dangercat released “Where I’ll Be” earlier this year via TheNewFormLabel. You can stream the album right here and grab yourself a free download of a couple tracks here.



Dangercat offer free download of 2 tracks off new album “Where I’ll Be”

Here’s some free music for you fans of Banner Pilot style pop-punk. Dangercat are offering a free download of the title track and “This Operation Is Pretty Bush League” off their new album “Where I’ll Be,” and you can snag them both right here.

If you were slacking on your Dying Scene reading last week, you can stream the entire album here.

“Where I’ll Be” was released this week via The Newform Label.  You can purchase the album on their website.



Album Review: Dangercat – “Where I’ll Be”

“Where I’ll Be” is the debut full-length from Winnipeg’s Dangercat, and I like it a lot.

The first thing that struck me was the energy that jumped out of my speakers and grabbed me by the eardrums. These ten tracks are delivered warm from the oven without the usual production frippery that can easily wreck a perfectly good punk album. This is not to say that this is a bad sounding record – it most certainly is not. Each of these guys know their way around their instruments, and it shows. The jangly telecaster creates a wall of bitchin’ guitar tone with plenty of room underneath for the bass to bounce around. The drums are hit hard and tastefully. There’s nothing flashy in any of the performances, but that’s exactly the way it should be. This is a goddamned punk band and they made a goddamned punk record.

Did I mention that jangly Telecaster? That tone is fucking brilliant, sounding not unlike the PERFECT tone on Dead To Me’s “A Day Without A War”.

On top of it all the vocals are delivered with some gravel, but it doesn’t sound affected like too many of the flannel-wearing beard-bands around today. You can’t fake the sincerity and energy these guys bring.

The ninth track is the obligatory acoustic song. It’s the only track that is lacking the sincerity and energy of the rest of the tracks, which is too bad, as it’s a good song that definitely would have worked better as an ensemble arrangement. Fortunately, they recover the fumble handily with “Go Wolves”, which finishes off the album with a hearty gang vocal, reminding the listener that this record does indeed rock. “Where I’ll Be” is a solid debut that will stay in my rotation for a while to come.

4/5 Stars

Stream the album here.



Introducing Pop-Punk Act: Dangercat (full-album premiere)

Listen up, punk fans!  I’ve got a new band for you to add to your Radar.  They’re called Dangercat and if you think a mix between Banner Pilot, Direct Hit! and Off With Their Heads sounds like a good time you’re gonna want to check them out.

The band’s debut full-length, “Where I’ll Be,” is being released next week but you can stream the entire thing right now, right here.