Ra Ra Riot
Sun Oct 27
Ra Ra Riot
|Age:||Ages 21+ Only|
The indie pop band is headed out on tour to promote their latest album, Superbloom, hailed as their most imaginative project yet, but staying true to the band's offbeat eclecticism!Buy Tickets
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Genre: indie rock
Ticket Price: $18 advanced / $20 day of show / $32 reserved loft seating (loft seating is available over the phone or in person at our box office)
Ra Ra Riot
Ra Ra Riot is an indie rock band which formed in Syracuse, New York, United States in 2006. The band consists of Wes Miles (vocals), Milo Bonacci (guitar), Matthieu Santos (bass), Alexandra Lawn (cello), Rebecca Zeller (violin) and Gabriel Duquette (drums). The band
“A performance pseudonym of experimental musician Roger Sellers, Bayonne incorporates voice, synths, looping, effects, acoustic percussion, and more into his ultra-layered, textured songs. After releasing a handful of albums under his own name in the early 2010s that explored an electro-acoustic avant-folk, Sellers started going by Bayonne for his more electronics-based work. His fourth LP, 2014's Primitives, marked the project's debut when it was reissued under the name in 2016.
A native of Spring, Texas, Sellers' affection for music began as a toddler, when he became fascinated with Eric Clapton's MTV Unplugged performance. An early love of Phil Collins led to his first drum kit at age six. With a background in formal study but largely self-taught on multiple instruments, he released the self-titled Roger Sellers in 2010, settling into a more structured, part-electronic folk over the course of 2011's Moments and 2012's 8 Songs. In the meantime, Sellers established a fan base in Austin with his live, loop-layering solo shows before adopting the Bayonne moniker. Both ambient and percussive, Primitives was issued by Punctum Records in the fall of 2014 before it was picked up by Mom + Pop Music for broader release in March 2016. His Bayonne follow-up, the self-produced Drastic Measures, was partly inspired by '60s symphonic pop. It arrived via Mom + Pop in February 2019.” - Marcy Donelson