Folk | Americana
Sometimes a band sticks in your mind like good batter sticks to your ribs. A memorable name helps, and Dangermuffin is no pushover of a moniker. But it's the combination of round-the-fire looseness and polished groove that leaves the Charleston-based group's catchy hooks lingering in our ears. As Carolina public radio favorites, they have toured their raspy Southern style as far as Colorado's Jazz Aspen festival. Dangermuffin has shared the stage with the likes of Widespread Panic, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Xavier Rudd, and Tea Leaf Green. According to Ray Waddell of Billboard, this eclectic trio "make[s] endlessly listenable music, with ambitious chording and instrumentation and few boundaries in their musical exploration."