Dacian Miron Is Feeling Dangerous with Dark Upbeat Pop Punk Rock


I’m currently 29 years old. I was born in Valcea, Romania, a small country town in the heart of the country. I moved to Deva, Romania when I was about 3 years old. My parents got divorced when I was young and at around 10 years old, my mother brought me over to the United States in search of a better opportunity. And man, what a ride that’s been. It’s been a tough road for a single mom, but she’s been very supportive and i owe most of this to her.

Been in Tampa ever since.

I didn’t have many friends growing up in middle and high school, honestly. Got picked on a lot because of my thick accent. I made a few friends here and there in the anime club. I picked up my first guitar at the age 16. My cousin had an old crappy Dender Squier from music class and I bummed it off him. Not gonna lie, I sucked pretty bad. I started off covered the cliche blink 182, sum 41, punk rock, then eventually migrated to new found glory and all time low. 

It wasn’t until age 18 I started my first pop punk band called Another Tragic Case, we still sucked but we picked up a little traction due to the clever lyrics and catchy chord progressions. Locally we were playing with home time homies Set It Off. Cody and i did a few songs together back in the day(click on the youtube link and see). Even have a circles cover online with him and i playing a local gig. 

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At age 20 is when i got serious and started The August Name. We were more thank pop punk. It was my first rock band band that i played guitar in and i was actually proud of. We recorded our first Self Titled EP with Lee Dyess (Producer of Mayday Parade, Go Radio and I Set My Friends On Fire) and we also played with a few notable bands like Hawthorne Heights and AWOLnation. Did a few cross country tours with them. But the eventual drama caused the band to reconsider it’s style thus creating internal conflict. Eventually the band disbanded in 2013.


At that point in time, i decided to consider going solo. I recorded a few demo songs. Even my first solo music video. ( A Place Between The Ocean and The Stars ) check it out here. I’m sure it’s still up on youtube somewhere. Got a little love on that, although the production and quality wasn’t anywhere near what i’m currently writing now. Not gonna lie, after that i took some time in my life to configure my internal struggles. For about 4-5 years I was dealing with severe alcohol and depression issues. I needed a wake up call, which I got. Which I am eternally grateful for love and support of friends and family because without them i wouldn’t be here.


Fast forward to 2018, i started to get back to writing. The first song I wrote was in September of 2018. Which was Feelin’ Dangerous.” The track is basically post breakup anthem after a 4 year relationship I endured with an ex who i thought was a good enough fit to consider marrying. Unfortunately, we all know life cant be just fairy tale endings. People change. Things happen. It’s an ode to the once love lost. But with a tone that asks the former Are you sure you even wanted this from the start? Which you can tell from the Chorus. It’s a track that describes the start and finish of a relationship, from the passion and lust filled first kiss, take me on your bed to the end of a chapter in ones life.

To be quite honest. This wasn’t my favorite track. I like it. It’s good. But i have some very interesting songs coming out soon. Currently over 20 written. Working on an EP now called Slightly Mysterious, Somewhat Delirious – That highlights the dark days of my past from alcoholism, depression and getting bullied. Don’t get me wrong, these are dark songs, but very upbeat. I’ll just say that Brendon Urie would be proud. 

Links to Dacian Miron

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daciandangerous 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/daciandangerous

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daciandangerous/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCedQsl3qGMf35dlfWDusIpA

CDBaby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/dacian

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6l9AuB3TMN14oqZJGbuig6

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  Latest Single ‘Feeling Dangerous’ 

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Great Music Has a Permanent Effect On You | Colour Machine


Great music has a permanent effect on you. You remember where you heard it for the first time, what you were doing…I remember when I heard The Dark Side of the Moon for the first time, I remember falling in love with Bowie’s “Life on Mars?” sitting at an upright piano in a practice room at my high school. If I can recreate even the smallest amount of that greatness in my music, I will be a happy man.

I’m Anthony, and I’m the drummer/lead singer from Adelaide alternative rock trio Colour Machine. We’ve been kicking around for a few years now, but as a band we started back when Tom (guitar) and I were hanging out when we were in Year 7, and wrote a song together. It was just an instrumental (I hadn’t really found my voice yet), and looking back now I don’t think it was as good as we probably made it out to be…but it inspired us to create. From there we kept writing and starting playing live a couple of years later.  Recording and releasing music came next, and we continued to build ourselves up around Adelaide.

In 2015/2016, we felt it was time to really take a stab at writing and recording a cohesive artistic project, and we began working on what would eventually become the “2” EP. A lot of time went into the writing, recording, mixing, final bleeps and bloops and the like, so that it sounded exactly how we wanted it to.

And you know what’s funny? Looking back now, there’s about a million things I would change.

I’m really proud of that EP and all the time and effort that went into it, but there’s so much I’d do differently if I had the chance to do it over now. But that’s hindsight for you, I suppose. We released that EP with a companion piece called “Live Session” which actually came together quite naturally – we booked 5 days in the studio to track the “2” EP, but finished tracking on the 4th day. Deciding not to waste a day, we called our friend Raff to come down and film the next morning, and we played some songs that didn’t make the cut.

Those projects came out in 2017 and we played a bunch of shows around Adelaide to promote them, whilst writing and putting together our next project; we wanted to strip back a lot of the craziness we’d piled onto the “2” EP and showcase what we could do as a three-piece. We also wanted to not just be that cliché rock band that plays ridiculous power chord songs for half an hour, which we felt we could easily become if we weren’t careful.

What we ended up with was a 6-track EP full of funk, hip hop and folk inspired alt rock. Not sure if we stripped back the craziness, looking at it now…

It’s a lot more honest than our previous stuff, both lyrically and musically. I wanted to really talk about some stuff that had been playing on my mind while we were writing it, and as a result a lot of the EP is quite personal for me. It’s definitely a new experience for me to share so much of myself in a release like this, but I hope the personal side of it helps listeners connect with it.

 “21st Century” and “Maverick” are out now – the rest is on the way. Give them a spin on all your listening services and we’ll be back with more new music very soon.


Talk soon, big love.



21st CENTURY: http://smarturl.it/21CCM 

MAVERICK: http://smarturl.it/MaverickCM 

WEBSITE: https://colourmachineband.bandcamp.com/

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClkuUJkYEjPExydQ66MaaPA 

FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/colourmachineband

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/colourmachineAU

INSTAGRAM:  http://instagram.com/colourmachineband


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