Denver-based Adrenaline Sky to perform in Frisco Saturday |

Denver-based Adrenaline Sky to perform in Frisco Saturday

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FRISCO – Eric Smith of Adrenaline Sky said he started writing this band’s music to fill a void.”There’s Goth and industrial bands, we’re not that, there’s techno and DJ, we’re not that. There’s rock bands with synthesizers, we’re not that,” Smith said.

So what are they?Keyboardist and guitar player Smith and vocalist Shannon Alexander are a two-piece band with a full band sound, according to Smith, somewhere in between a DJ and a whole band.Smith said he plays “to provide an alternative to sounds already out there; to let people dance and feel energy they don’t feel on a regular basis and still feel connected to the world of rock ‘n’ roll and music with lots of beat.”

He compared their sound to Depeche Mode, Moby or Garbage.Smith said when he couldn’t find live music in Denver like the bands he mentioned, he decided to write it.

“It’s an interesting sound to say the least,” Smith said. “People get hooked by it.”Adrenaline Sky has gained radio play on about 20 stations across the state. They released an album last year called “The Ultimate Illusion of Privacy.”Adrenaline Sky will be at Chill in Frisco Saturday night.

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