“Reserved for Rondee closed on a high note, with the in-your-face energy that most bands only hope to achieve. Despite the fact that the group only formed in November 2010, they’ve created a pure, indie rock sound that honors upbeat bands like Arcade Fire while blazing new paths. "City" was a perfect example: familiar in its chord progressions, but with an experimental edge. It also proved an exceptional vehicle for Trevor Vaughn's Thom Yorke-like vocal (and stage) stylings. Their whirlwind of a set was the ideal way to end the rocking night.”
"Reserved for Rondee is quickly rising in the ranks as one of New York's beloved emerging bands."
“Reserved For Rondee is a local NYC band with a mix of old-school Sublime, Kings of Leon, and a little bit of The Format plus a whole lot of their own unique style. Their EP is recently out and can be bought on iTunes. What I love about them is that they sing a lot about the greatest city in the world. ”
"...fun-loving rock outfit...a stellar set"
"I saw these awesome boys, Reserved For Rondee, at an event in Midtown this past weekend and they were sick. If you like their music, I can’t even begin to tell you what their shows are like. It’s an experience."
“New York’s Reserved for Rondee are a band that doesn’t take itself too seriously, but seriously keeps its punch well spiked and its sound sweaty and aggressive. A strong 6-piece rock mob, Reserved for Rondee has been known to occasionally bring in some additional strings and/or keys, depending on the night.”
“Reserved For Rondee to Perform During OLTL Fan Club Weekend”