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“Influenced by Muse and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Bonnie Riot has been changing around its band members, but hasn't changed its attitude. It's definitely nice to hear real musicianship as opposed to auto-tuned talent. They are pushing forward with songs about love, heartache and everyday life. Clever lyrics make their songs pop over the melodies, and they leave you rocking out on the dance floor.”
“The second to last song was, "The One, No One." In comparison to the others, it was slower and more subdued, but a nice transition from, "Higher" to their Yeah Yeah Yeahs cover. The imagery from "The One, No One" is what standing on a mountain and letting the music reverb through the canyons and peaks would sound like. Light like a feather, but with a kick at the end.”
“The long overdue debut record from Lake Worth-based indie rawk troupe Bonnie Riot will be unveiled this Saturday night at Propaganda. On and off since 2004, this female-fronted danceable, power-punk group has endured many epic highs and lows in order to put out this EP.”