Have you ever tried to explain Seinfeld to someone who's never seen it before? It's like trying to summarize War and Peace in 50 words or less. In other words, theoretically doable, but generally more trouble than it's worth. (You know, like scrubbing your toilet or going down a dress-size.)
And speaking of things that are both highly relatable and damn near impossible to explain, allow us to present Danger Radio. The six-man punk/rock/jazz/funk group (whose influences include Justin Timberlake and Stevie Wonder) just released a new album, Used and Abused. And rather than ruining it by describing it as a genre-bending mashup between Rob Thomas' "This Is How A Heart Breaks," Panic! at the Disco's "I Write Sins, Not Tragedies," and Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal," we're just gonna let the music speak for itself.
So get to know the guys from DR by learning five things about their new album, plus see what they're all about by watching their jivey, punk-rocky "Slow Dance" video. Like Kramer's hair (and Elaine's dancing), words just can't describe it.