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Accurate comparisons to Ben Folds Five this side of “Erase Me” aside, the music that Ridenhour continues to put out rides the line between both radio-ready and uncannily individualistic.
— PopMatters, 11/27/2017
There is a certain melodic flair to the man’s music that comes across as very pop-sensible, but without sacrificing any of the darkly, sometimes Burtonesque gloom of his overall musical persona. Even still, there’s a warmth and a kindness, there, too, and it all blends together to develop what is easily one of the more diverse piano-centered rock acts of modern times....
— PopMatters, 8/15/2016
[Ridenhour’s] writing is pop-savvy and smart; his performances are dynamic, with hooky melodies, frenzied riffs and kinetic, danceable energy.
— Mountain XPress, 9/27/2016
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In a couple of minutes, he’s gonna be a monster.
— Jimmy Cobb, Jazz Legend
Like Jack White and Ben Folds had a baby.
— Sav Buist, The Accidentals
He plays like an old-ass man.
— Frankie "Kash" Waddy, Bootsy Collins Band
Watch this kid, ladies and germs. He is going for it.
— BJ Leiderman, NPR Composer
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In days past, I have actually made a living trying to pick artists who would step out from the crowd, break free of the clutter, and create their own place in the music firmament. Ian is such an artist.
— Bob Hinkle, former personal manager for Etta James, The J. Geils Band, Harry Chapin and others