As you’ll be aware, not all electronic music is created for the festivals or clubs, so for the discerning listener searching for something a bit deeper, American producer, DJ and Billboard-charting artist Ryan Farish offers up an alternative solution. By avoiding trends and making music that touches deeper parts of the soul, Ryan's sound is apparently for the artist working on their masterpiece, the student in need of a soothing soundtrack while studying for exams or the meditator on retreat.
With 20 new symphonic-laced tracks on his upcoming album ‘Spectrum’ that, as its title suggests, runs the gamut of sounds, emotions and experimental production techniques, Ryan has contributed an album that moves electronic music past EDM and into something of substance. Tranquil piano melodies combined with invigorating beats and a smorgasbord of tempos provide a setting of comfort and serenity. As one song flows into the next, the album takes you on a journey where sounds are visualised as colour and music is in its rightful place as an agent of healing and solace.
It’s out 30 June on Rytone Entertainment.