Bass, Electric;Guitar, Electric;Keyboards
Adam Brookes began seriously writing and recording music around 1999 in San Francisco. After forming San Francisco indie pop band Dangermaker, music went from pastime to obsession for Adam as he dealt with the sudden death of his father during the first week of tracking their debut album. The experience plunged him further into his art with urgency, eventually emerging with a euphoric sound that defines Dangermaker's new releases on Breakup Records.
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