Ready Never is a new Indie Electro Pop Rock band from Los Angeles, California. They combine Rock n' Roll with EDM. As the band continues to write and record pop songs infused with various forms of electronica, rock, funk, house, and indie sounds; they also share their love for instrumental jams and crescendo interludes within the live setting. Ready Never uses DJ equipment and foot pedals to trigger sequences and build upon beats and rhythms developed with live drums and the electric bass guitar. Within the live setting, they showcase both there songwriting and electro-organic "jamming". There most recent live video clips exemplify the Ready Never live experience: a slap funk bass solo and a series of synth rock motifs start the show before Benny and Clint break into the RN original, "Take that Pill".
The debut album, "Eleutherophobia", was released January of 2014 and is available on iTunes. It is full of electro-pop anthems about today's "A.D.D" culture and the luxurious pitfalls of modern living. The album opens with the synth- hook from "Assistant Press Play", with lyrics that ask us to imagine life if we had an assistant. In the second track, the hipster carousal pop that is "Casualties" reminds us all that there is a price to pay for living a life of distractions.
The aforementioned "Take that Pill" is a cultural observation of the growing obsession our world has with pharmaceuticals and how so many people seemingly self-medicate through life. "My Eye Know Might" pokes fun at the almost-religious fervor our culture has for technology, and smart phones in particular. The title track, "Eleutherophobia" is an instrumental trance groove that perfectly represents the kind of improvised funk that can be heard during Ready Never jam sessions. The album was written by Benny Ed and Rudi Meibergen. Ready Never has already performed at festivals in California, Colorado, and Argentina.