The Dangerfields | Saint Dude’s | Nice & Sleezy

the dangerfields
Two Step Presents:

9.30PM / £5 ON THE DOOR
The Dangerfields are a three-piece rock ‘n’ roll band from Belfast, Northern Ireland. Their debut album Born To Rock (2006) swaggers like Bon-era AC/DC, swings like the Ramones and kicks the door in like Motörhead. Five years of relentless touring has dragged the band from the squats and pubs of the punk circuit to some of the largest stages in the land. Earlier this year, Jake Burns of Stiff Little Fingers personally invited the Dangerfields to join SLF on their historic 30th Anniversary UK and Irish tour in March 2007. The hugely successful, sold out trek took the band to legendary venues such as Belfast Ulster Hall, Glasgow Barrowlands, Manchester Academy and London Astoria.
There are two kinds of music: rock and roll. The Dangerfields play ’em both.
“The Dangerfields are the best punk band the UK has produced in the last ten years.” TrashPit

Belfast 3 piece Saint Dude’s take pride in raising the tempo and lower the tone. Their brand of self-professed ‘Scumbag Rock ‘n Roll’ is performed with intensity and vitriol comparable to Rocket from the Crypt or Jon Spencer, seeing them back up acts such as Electric Eel Shock and The Supersuckers in the last year. Live performances frequently involve bad jokes, ludicrous props, and literal work-outs.

Collectively Nice ‘N’ Sleezy have an average age of 17.4. Tired of the monotonous drudgery labelled as music these days, the young band perfected their musical talents by emulating acts such as Motley Crue, Guns n Roses and the Sex Pistols.
The band are recent winners of BBC ATL Rock School, and are currently bringing their explosive live show and eccentric fashion sense to stages across the UK and Ireland.