Inspired by the likes of Bon Jovi, Kiss and Van Halen, Dangerous Curves formed in 2015 with one only one goal in mind, to bring back the music of the infamous LA scene of the late eighties…with an added modern twist.
The very first time Dangerous Curves performed, it was on Live TV where they went down a storm. Fuelled by the positive reaction, the band hit the studio and released their first track, Blow My Whistle which was quickly followed up by the release of their debut self-titled EP in early 2016. The EP received strong radio play and became hot property among venue owners and key industry figures, which led to the band playing countless stages around their home state of Victoria and into NSW.
The next stage in the evolution of Dangerous Curves is now ready to be unleashed. So Dirty Right is larger than life and ready to blow you away! Ten perfectly executed slabs of rock n roll that capture the wild spirit of rock’s glory days while very much looking towards the future. Equal parts grit and polish, Dangerous Curves know how to party.
You can watch the clip for the album’s first single, Art of the Heart, described by Sentinel Daily‘s own Gavin Strickmann as being “so good I had to check I wasn’t somehow still living in 1988” below!
Huge hooks, ballsy guitars and big drums. So Dirty Right has songs you’ll be humming after the first listen that will get stuck in your head for days. So Dirty Right was produced by Chris Themelco (Harlott, Orpheus Omega, Espionage, Skarlet) at Monolith Studios and Mastered at Deluxe Mastering (JET, Silverchair, The Veronicas).