New Singapore band Quick Quick Danger describe themselves as “powerpop laced with phaaaaat electronic beats, 80’s inspired synthesizers and witty dueling vocals.”
Their first four tracks, two of which are downloadable for free, are catchy, including this cover of Jay Sean’s “Down”. Now, this might now appeal to all of you, but if you like powerpop laced with phaaaat electronic beats and 80’s inspired synths, then you might enjoy checking it out.
They are on MySpace and Facebook, too. Thanks to Angry Asian Man Phil Yu for writing about QQD first.
Phil Yu is a cool guy. Not so angry in person surprisingly!
@Roadlesstaken – I actually kind of know Phil, although not particularly well, through the SF Int’l Asian American Film Festival. He is a cool guy.
@christao408 – Ah cool! Yeah, just took a picture with him yesterday and I emailed it to him. I mentioned Xanga and he said he was happy it was still alive and kicking.
@Roadlesstaken – I saw that on your blog.
actually like the cover better than the original.
@LostSock21 – Isn’t it funny when that happens? I feel the same way about Fountains of Wayne’s cover of Britney Spear’s “Hit Me Baby One More Time”.
OMG! I love it!! I’m gonna check them out.
@brooklyn2028 – I thought you might like them.
wow playing somthing like the 80s……sounds interesting……