Crooked Flower is an alternative indie band that has released an impressive 5 LP’s, 2 EP’s, several Singles and a Video Album (10 Videos). Their noteworthy output and creativity have gained the attention of over 60 press outlets including Alternative Nation, Pop Matters, NoHo Arts District, No Depression, Nashville Music Guide, OnStage Magazine, Psychedelic Baby, California Rocker, and many more.
The band has four core members: Angelina Dang (vocals/guitar/keyboards); Daniel Erik (aka Tenenbaum; bass); Dan Ingberman (guitar/guitar synth); and Patrick Shields (drums/percussion). For their 2017 tour, for their album Blooming, they were joined by Will Kyriazis (keys) and Drew Southern (guitar). Crooked Flower is based out of the Berkeley/Oakland/San Francisco area where they perform regularly in the San Francisco Bay region and throughout California. Crooked Flower was awarded the "2015 Concert Of The Year" by Twirl Radio, KUBU 95.5 Sacramento for their September 2015 concert in Berkeley, CA. The station also awarded "Too Broke To Fix" (which appears on End Of The Rainbow) their prestigious "2015 Song Of The Year". The DJ at KUBU, Mike Lidskin, is a big supporter of the band.
Crooked Flower records at Jingletown Studios in Oakland California (Green Day's studio), and has worked with Engineer, Lee Bothwick. Blooming was recorded at Light Rail Studios in San Francisco (after Jingletown had been sold), and the single "Tunnel of Light" was recorded at Expressions Studios in Emeryville California. At this time, Crooked Flower is working on new releases and videos of existing and new material. They will be releasing a second video album in 2019 /2020.