The Rice Cakes | Floor Boards / Halloweenie

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Floor Boards / Halloweenie

by The Rice Cakes

Progressive dreamy mathy catchy rock.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Rice Cakes are equal parts keyboardist and vocalist Roz Raskin, bassist Justin Foster, and drummer Casey Belisle. The eclectic trio recently won 95.5 WBRU's 2012 Rock Hunt and was named Best Local Act of 2010 by the Providence Phoenix. They mix an energized stage show with a unique sound using a variety of instruments including Fender Rhodes, glockenspiel, tape distortion, and guitar. This March, the Rice Cakes released their new album 7" record "Floor Boards/Halloweenie" with independent label Salvation Recording Co. For the past few years, the band has been touring the US playing venues, festivals, and DIY spots as many cities and towns as possible. And this year, following the new release, the Rice Cakes will be on US tour and hitting SXSW for the first time. With a full-length album and 2 EP under their belt, the group just recently released their new single "Floor Boards". Isaac Paris of Performer Magazine summed up the band in saying, "The Rice Cakes deliver a captivating combination of powerful drums, a soulful voice, and great songs". Check it out for yourself!


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