Hurray for the Riff Raff may be the brainchild of Alynda Segarra, a vocalist/songwriter of Puerto Rican descent whose music imagination was initially sparked by hardcore punk even though she was a kid in the Bronx. Segarra afterwards gravitated toward American root base music, settling in New Orleans around 2007. There, she produced the initial incarnation of Hurray for the Riff Raff. During the period of many independent produces, she honed her tone of voice, playing with many strands of folk music and developing an idiosyncratic, all-encompassing Americana that might be heard on Little City Heroes, her 2014 debut for ATO Information, and found complete fruition on 2017’s The Navigator. By enough time The Navigator noticed release in springtime of 2017, Segarra have been using the name Hurray for the Riff Raff for ten years. Raised on NY punk and choice folk, she still left home at age 17, spending time hopping trains across America before she finished up in New Orleans. In the best Easy, she began executing music on the road, eventually using the Dead Guy Road Orchestra around 2007. She broke from them quickly, launching an EP known as Crossing the Rubicon that extremely calendar year. It, like 2008’s self-released complete size It Don’t Mean I Don’t Like You, was acknowledged to Hurray for the Riff Raff and, at that time, Segarra was collaborating with bassist David Maclay and drummer/violinist Yosi Pearlstein. These music artists cycled from the lineup in short order, with Segarra securely founded as its central shape following the self-released 2010 recording Young Bloodstream Blues. Segarra put together shows from her two self-released information for 2011’s Hurray for the Riff Raff, an recording that made an appearance on Loose Music in the springtime of 2011. For this period, Hurray for the Riff Raff started gaining traction, making play on BBC Radio and obtaining a article in THE CHANGING TIMES. WATCH OUT Mama, another recording funded by Kickstarter and made by Andrija Tokic, made an appearance in 2002 — Loose released it in European countries, and Created to Win did in the U.S. — it had been followed in 2013 with a collection of addresses known as My Dearest Darkest Neighbor. By this aspect, all of the activity was plenty of to earn the interest of major brands, and Hurray for the Riff Raff authorized with ATO. Little City Heroes, their 1st record for the label, made an appearance in 2014 to great reviews; it gained strong person to person over another two years. During this time period, Segarra relocated to Nashville and extended her eyesight for Hurray for the Riff Raff for the Navigator, a 2017 idea recording that was quasi-autobiographical and partly influenced by David Bowie’s The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & the Spiders from Mars. Upon its March 2017 discharge, the record was greeted with vital praise.