Dangermuffin clocks in at Clyde’s on Main
Fear not! Dangermuffin provides audiences with invigorating music—not threatening pastries. This roots rock trio plays music to enhance the soul and enrich the mind. So kick back and enjoy the good vibes at Clyde’s on Main, 122 W. Main St., this Thursday, April 2.
Dangermuffin is currently on tour supporting their fifth album, “Songs for the Universe.” As the moon cycles on the album cover art suggests, these artists channel a connection between their music and the universe.
Hailing from the coast of Charleston, South Carolina, the band performs a mix of electric and acoustic songs that encourage reflection on the cosmic universe. The trio consists of Dan Lotti (lead vocals, electric and acoustic guitar), Mike Sivilli (electric and acoustic guitar, vocals), and Steven Sandifer (percussion, drums, upright bass, vocals).
The members of Dangermuffin truly value art and how music affects the human condition. The band seeks vibrations that affect the body beyond the eardrums. This latest album shows the influence of Appalachian music while maintaining the calming vibes of the Carolina Coast.
Doors open at 9 p.m. and the show begins at 10 p.m. Pre-show tickets are available for $8. For tickets and more info on this cosmic-inspired band, visit dangermuffinmusic.com