Joy Riding / Belgrade / Goodnight Lights At Boot & Saddle April 4th

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Joy Riding / Belgrade / Goodnight Lights At Boot & Saddle   April 4th
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Joy Riding
A musical group consisting of members of some indie greats: Makeout Party, Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start, It's a King Thing, Decathlete.

Tightrope-walking the wavy line between blissful/breezy melodies and purposeful energetic sharpness. Internal rebellion never sounded so endearing. Cloaking catchy pop smarts under blankets of reverberated echoes bounced off last night's full moon - still ringing in the squinty-eyed hangover morning. The sounds shimmer and swoon forward and back like a chorus for the night time, to be consumed during the day. Belgrade brings anthems to prepare us all for that cloudy nocturnal courage.

Goodnight Lights
"Goodnight Lights continue to sharpen its musical voice with well crafted songwriting, sparkling harmonies, smart melodies and excellent guitar playing..." –Bruce Warren, WXPN & The Key Music Blog

"Remind me a bit of The Arcade Fire... with the backup/gang choruses/shouts... I have a difficult time pinning down the sound (that's a good thing)." –Matthew Berlyant, NYC rock magazine, "The Big Takeover"

"Some of my favorite bands were finally smashed together in one. Perhaps the feeling of anticipation was loaded in a familiar sound with a twist... I couldn't put my finger directly on it, but I knew I liked it. The influences of this band are inadvertently represented in the tracks on the album. Some of those influences include The Velvet Underground, The Pixies, The Stooges, Radiohead and The Arcade Fire. Goodnight Lights concocts a sound that channels these influences in a versatile yet original way. Innovative." –Jennifer Koch, Origivation Magazine
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