Daniel In Stereowith:
- Dark Colour
In Winter of 2009 two brothers in northern Kentucky, Jordin and Christian Gough, started a band that (if you like; Back to the Future, 80's new wave, or just feeling good) you will love. Setting the stage for a band full of multi-instrumentalists, Jackson Deal joined and The Yugos were born, setting immediately to writing and recording their first short collection of work, appropriately titled "Y.E.P."
2011 saw the release of their self-titled debut full-length on their own Best Friends Records, which followed much anticipation and was met with even more acclaim. In 2012 they elicited the bass/guitar magic of friend, Jeremy Graham and crushed any thought of a "sophomore slump" in 2013 with the fantastic follow-up full-length, "Life is Awesome, and Then You Live Forever."
The Yugos have spent their career so far growing a very loyal following of not only fans, but real friends, with their admirable D.I.Y. spirit, super high energy live show, and ever-positive vibrations. Cincinnati is lucky to call this group their own.
In December of 2013 Justin Skaggs, Sam Iles, Joey McCoy, and Casey Cavanaugh.
started their poppy, melodic, brainchild to explore new avenues of creativity.
They sing about important things and stupid things.
They will make you dance, while making you think about life.
They hail from Hebron, Ky. and they call themselves "PIONEER".
“Daniel In Stereo”
Daniel In Stereo is the solo project for Daniel Chimusoro. A lot of the time he is accompanied by the awesome Dan Crowe on drums
After issuing popular singles and a well-recieved EP under the moniker Dark Colour, singer/songwriter Randall Rigdon debuted Dark Colour's full-length album Prisoner in 2013 to international recognition, with singles “Be Your Man”, “Burn It Down”, “Can’t Stop”, and “The Games Are Killing Us” receiving airplay across the world, including Air France Radio, WNKU, and WRFL.
After a much-talked about event hosting and performing the final moments of the 2014 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, Dark Colour immediately transformed into a full band, acquiring Coleman Williams, Joesph Sparough, and Sean Kelley, becoming local favorites and opening for national acts such as Coin, Bad Veins, and WHY?