Flirt with Danger release epic and dreamy masterpiece of new rockabilly surf and garage music with ‘The mini album’ – Review

British-based electrosurfbilly band, Flirt With Danger have released their debut album, ‘The Mini-Album’.

The music is an imaginative, provocative and eclectic mix of neo-rockabilly, surf, 60s garage and proto-punk, combined with analogue synth sounds. The lyrics draw on both modern concerns and retro-futuristic imagery, very much in line with the burgeoning atompunk artistic scene. It represents a significant departure from the existing UK music scene and has already attracted considerable interest in the USA, particularly in California and Texas.

The tracks were written by Les ‘Spaceman’ Rowley, the former keyboard player of South London indie rock band, Brilliant Pink, theatrical heavy metallers, Aunt May, and drum’n’bass trio, Tectonic.

Mr Rowley said, “This is just a taste of a large catalogue of material that provides a refreshing alternative to a popular music scene that’s become somewhat staid and formulaic in recent years.”

In true punk DIY spirit, Flirt With Danger are not signed to a record company, and the mini-album is both self-financed and self-produced. All songs were recorded in Worcester-based studio, The Space Underground and professionally mastered at Metropolis Studios.



It’s a breath of spacey fresh air to hear this album in a world full of manufactured pop and songs that all sound the same. Flirt with Danger are the real mackoy. Dreamy soundscapes and a wall of sound production that is more like a concept album from Pink Floyd crossed with The Doors on holiday with Phil Spector and some weird cactus juice to inspire the whole psychedelic neo punk vibe. This would not be out of place in a Tarantino movie – 10/10 from Top HitZ.

The mini-album can be heard at

The mini-album will be available through bandcamp, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and all the usual digital stores.