Ride On Rides
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Ride On Rides

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Sep
21
Ride On Rides @ Los Angeles Lobster Festival

San Pedro, California, USA

San Pedro, California, USA

Aug
22
Ride On Rides @ Viper Room with Veruca Salt

West Hollywood, California, USA

West Hollywood, California, USA

Aug
07
Ride On Rides @ Knitting Factory

Hollywood, California, USA

Hollywood, California, USA

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"...channeling emotions through their tuneful, likable pop. Reminiscent of indie-poppers Voxtrot, a very good thing, and worth revisiting."

-Kevin Bronson - LA TIMES


We get more word of mouth than reviews at the moment- but something is working. Please don't let this work against us too much.
Thanks! - City Of LA Scene


Discography

YOU SAY and NOT SAYING NO have been recieving air play on LA's Indie 103.1- Music Director Mark Sovel "Loves the band". We've played Indie 103.1 Check One-Two at the Viper Room more than any other LA band.
Released a 4 song EP in the first part of 2007.
3 song EP released December 20th- available on iTunes.
Full Length Album produced by Krish Sharma due out this Fall.
Recently re-recorded HAPPY TOGETHER for the CBS show Big Brother.
Pepsi's AMP energy drink licensed Too Many Times and Daydream Green in 07.
FOX is currently in post production with The City and Not Saying No for show House

Visit www.myspace.com/rideonrides

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Bio

With its infectious blend of 60's melodies, indie angst, and power-pop intensity, Ride On Rides is a simple band to love and a difficult band to forget. In a post-modern world full of carbon-copies their refreshing sound is assembled around sharp hooks, descending bass lines, Bowie-esque piano arrangements, catchy harmonies, and boombastic beats. Bandmates Manish Ayachit, Ashley Prather, Keith Crutchfield & James Barian create a relationship with an audience with a textured musical atmosphere that is both familiar yet unique while remaining that rare thing which can be appreciated by both young and old, 8 to 80- a genre redefined: Vintage Post-Pop.

L.A. Times Senior Music Writer, Kevin Bronson, recently described Ride On Rides as, "...tuneful, likable pop. Reminiscent of indie-poppers Voxtrot, a very good thing, and worth revisiting." The band has just finished an EP which is available on iTunes, and is currently recording new material for a full-length album with award winning Producer, Engineer, and studio-whiz, Krish Sharma (Rolling Stones, Perry Ferrel, The Cult, Liz Phair,+).